Now that you've set up your retirement, managing it should be hassle-free. We've mapped out the options and info you need, so you can easily get the admin out of the way, and go back to enjoying the fun stuff.  

Managing your income account

Your NGS Income account comes with the flexibility to make changes to your payments as often as you like. As long as you meet minimum annual payment requirements, you have the freedom to manage your income to suit your lifestyle and needs.

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Payment dates

Choose when and how often you’d like to receive income payments. Find out the options available and select a frequency that works best for you.

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Payment options

Your NGS Income account offers various payment options. Choose your payment amount, change your nominated bank account, or set up yearly automatic pay increases at any time.

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Minimum and maximum amounts

There are legislative requirements around how much you receive from any super income account. Find out what limits apply to you.

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Estate planning

In most cases, your will does not cover your super under Australian law. Super is likely one of the largest assets you'll ever own, so it's important you get things in order. 

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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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