This contains all the information about our Tasplan Pensions. It includes the Join Tasplan Pension form.
This provides more information about the fees and costs of investing in super and fee definitions.
This provides more information about providing your tax file number and tax on contributions, investment earnings and withdrawals.
This provides more information about how your Tasplan account works, different types of contributions, contribution caps, accessing your super and nominating beneficiaries.
This provides more information about insurance under Tasplan Super. It includes details about premiums, eligibility, cancellation, conditions and exclusions which may affect your entitlement to cover.
This provides more information about the risks of super, how we invest your money and investment options.
This provides more information about how to join Tasplan, what communications you’ll receive, the cooling-off period, how to make a complaint and protecting your privacy.
This guide provides information about Tasplan services, how Tasplan representatives are remunerated and your rights as a member if you have a complaint.
Give this to your employer as evidence of Tasplan being a complying fund.
This fact sheet provides information in relation to the claiming of tax deductions for contributions.
This explains the special circumstances where you may be able to access your super early.
This provides information on using the tax-friendly environment of super to help save a deposit for your first home.
This provides information on Tasplan's Pension option and how they can help take the worry out of your retirement.
This explains how to provide your proof of ID.
An ASFA guide to retirement budgets for modest and comfortable lifestyles.
This provides information on how to work out how much super you’ll need in retirement.
This fact sheet provides information on changes to insurance coming into effect 1 April 2020.
This provides information on the co-contribution strategy, including the income thresholds and a co-contribution payment.
This provides information on the low income superannuation tax offset available if you earn $37,000 or less and receive before-tax (concessional) contributions.
This explains the process for dealing with a death claim.
This explains the different types of nominations you can make for your death benefit.
This provides information on a bonus you may be eligible to receive when you open a Tasplan Pension account.
This provides information on the salary sacrifice strategy.
This explains the spouse contribution tax offset available in certain circumstances.
This explains the process of what can happen with your super while going through a divorce.
This provides information on the different ways you can contribute extra money to help grow your super savings.
This explains how you can split your eligible contributions with your spouse.
This provides information on what you can do in Tasplan Online to look after your super.
This explains how you can claim the super you earned as a temporary resident once you leave Australia.
This provides information on how members aged 65 and over could contribute the proceeds from the sale of their family home to super.
If you’re permanently moving to New Zealand, you can transfer your Australian super to a KiwiSaver scheme under the Trans-Tasman portability scheme.
This provides information on what contributing early could mean for your super balance at retirement.