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Managing insurance through MemberAccess

Managing insurance through MemberAccess While we’re on a roll with our updates to online servicing – the insurance portal in MemberAccess now lets you manage a whole range of insurance transactions online. We’re always looking for ways to reduce the need for forms to be filled out manually, and now you can do all of […]

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Notice of Changes to Trust Deed – Financial hardship and Under $200 claims

Notice of Changes to Trust Deed – Financial hardship and Under $200 claims From 1 July 2016, the Trustee of NSF Super will cease accepting claims to access super account balances under the following grounds: Termination of gainful employment from 1 July 2016 with an employer that made super contributions to NSF, where the member’s […]

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New binding beneficiary option

New binding beneficiary option NSF Super’s Trust Deed will be amended from 1 July 2016 to enable binding death benefit nominations. This option will provide you with greater estate planning flexibility and peace of mind when nominating loved ones to receive your super benefit upon your death. Currently, NSF Super members are only able to […]

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Introducing our new (Digital) Member Card

Introducing the NEW Nationwide Super Member Card! We’re genuine about keeping super simple, and now you can download our NEW Member Card for your smartphone. The Member Card is downloaded to your smartphone through the Wallet (or Passbook) app for iPhone, or PassWallet app for Android, and keeps a range of handy information about your […]

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Member News – Edition 1 – 2016

NSF Super News for Members Welcome to the latest edition of NSF Super News for our Members. In this edition we introduce our new Member Card, cover off improvements to our online MemberAccess service, detail the super rates and thresholds for the 2016/17 financial year, and advise of some important changes to the NSF Super […]

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Taking action on the gender gap in super

Taking action on the gender gap in super Did you know? Women retire, on average, with $105,000 in super savings – $92,000 less than men 1 in 3 women will retire with no super savings at all Around 90 per cent of women will retire with inadequate savings to fund a ‘comfortable lifestyle’ in retirement. […]

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