The topic of death isn’t always easy to think about. However, planning ahead can make a big difference for your partner or family.
Even if you leave a will, your super isn’t automatically included. If you want your money to go to someone in particular, be sure to make a written death benefit nomination.
Your written nomination will let us know which of your loved ones should receive your super. For example your husband, wife, partner or children. To be eligible, they must be your dependents.
Alternatively, you can nominate your legal personal representative to receive your super lump sum; which will then form part of your estate and be distributed to your beneficiaries.