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When can you withdraw your superannuation?

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When you retire at the designated retirement age, currently at 65 year old.

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Commonwealth law says that the employer must pay employees a value equal to 9% of their yearly wage into a employees individual superannuation account. Superannuation accounts can only drawn down by the person after a certain age.


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The Australian Retirement Fund allows people who retire after age 60 (if born after 1967, which you would be) to withdraw funds. Over the course of the person's employment, their employer would contribute 9% to the designated superannuation fund. The employee can contribute additional amounts for tax benefits.


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withdrawwithdraw, take out, remove


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The terms retirement plan or superannuation refer to a pension granted upon retirement. Retirement plans may be set up by employers, insurance companies, the government or other institutions such as employer associations or trade unions. Called retirement plans in the USA, they are more commonly known as pension schemes in the UK and Ireland and superannuation plans in Australia. Retirement pensions are typically in the form of a guaranteed annuity.


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