You've been building your super for exactly this point in your life. Retirement is a big step, and while it’s exciting, it may also feel a little daunting. We’ve set out some tips to help you get a clear, strong start to your retirement journey.

Accessing your super in retirement

Retirement is an opportunity to focus on doing the things you love. You've been working hard and saving your super for precisely this time of your life — so, here's how to make the most of it.

Open an NGS Income account

Retirement doesn't need to be the end of your super. Opening an NGS Income account can provide you with a regular retirement income. And, you'll continue to enjoy the benefits of keeping your money in a super environment.

Working after retirement

Retiring doesn't mean you'll never want to work again. Some people enjoy returning to work in their later years. Whether on a part-time or full-time basis, there are options available for working after retirement.

Super and the age pension

Even if you have super, you may be eligible for at least a part age pension from the government. It's worth looking into as part of your retirement plan.

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Retirement basics

The decision to retire permanently largely depends on whether you have the financial resources available to see you through the rest of your life.

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Funding retirement

You know where your income is coming from today but do you know where it will come from in retirement?

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Income streams

We are spending longer periods of time in retirement and circumstances can change over time. This makes planning for your retirement more difficult.

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Get advice for every stage of your life

NGS Super members have access to qualified and non-commission based financial planners, including over-the-phone limited advice* about your account, at no additional cost. Book now

* Limited financial advice covers one or two issues in isolation on topics such as investment selection and contribution levels. It does not take into account the member’s entire financial situation.

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