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  SuperannuationWithdrawalsDeath & Terminal Illness Benefits      Saturday, 24 August 2019  

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Superannuation Dependants
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Death Benefit Beneficiary vs. Reversionary Pension Beneficiary
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A reversionary pension beneficiary is the person nominated to get the member’s pension after they die. They’re not entitled to any super that remains in accumulation phase. They merely take over the income stream that is the pension.

The death benefit beneficiary is the person nominated to get the member’s super entitlements after they die. The two need not be the same.


   
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Post 1 July 2007 - Death Benefits paid as a lump sum from super
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Post 1 July 2007 - Death Benefits paid as a pension (income stream)
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Pre 1 July 2007 - Death Benefits
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