A guide to navigating your pension online
When it comes to preparing for retirement, a little bit of help can go a long way. Even the seemingly small things like switching from a super account to a pension, and managing those accounts - it’s all new terrain to explore and conquer. To help out, we’ve put together the most common questions we get asked and paired them with practical actions you can take.
What is an Account Based Pension (ABP)?
Account based pensions are a popular choice for retirees because they can provide a flexible,
What is a Transition to Retirement (TTR) income stream?
How do I start?
For VISSF members, switching from super to pension is simple. When you have reached your preservation age, a new pension tab will automatically appear within your Member Online dashboard. Simply log in and click on the Pension tab. From here, you will be asked a series of questions that will help navigate you through the join online process. Easy.
Manage your pension online
Once your pension account is set up, you can use Member Online or download the VISSF mobile app to manage things. From reviewing beneficiaries, making withdrawals, adjusting your payment frequency or amount, switching your investment options, you will have total control 24/7.
Why should I start a VISSF pension?
At VISSF we put our members first. Alongside our low fees, we work hard to generate strong returns so every member can enjoy their best possible retirement.
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Our Pension has been awarded a 4 Apples rating from Chant West, placing us amongst the top pension funds in Australia. We are proud of this rating. Not only does it reflect our efforts to deliver strong returns
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