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Frequently Asked Questions
Who is eligible for the Early Release of Super for Medical Treatments?
All Australian citizens can apply for the early release of superannuation on compassionate grounds to help cover the cost of medical treatments.
What type of Treatment can I gain approval for?
Access My Super can help you access your super to cover the cost of a variety of Medical Treatments including Dental, Weight Loss, IVF, Reconstructive, Overseas Medical Treatments and more.
Can I use my super to cover medical treatment costs for my spouse, partner or children?
Yes, you can access your super to pay for the medical treatment cost of your spouse, partner or other dependants.
Are there any limitations on the amount of super I can withdraw?
No, there are no limitations on the amount of super you can withdraw. You are eligible to withdraw the amount required for your treatment as little or as big it may be.
What should I do first if I want to apply for early release of super?
Access My Super recommends talking to an independent financial adviser before you apply for early release of super. Once you have done that; Speak to our team even if you do not have a treatment plan. We can also assist in finding a local treating specialist that will support your application process.
Will early release of super affect my superannuation life insurance?
Yes, your insurance cover may be affected if you apply for the early release of super. Contact your super fund for details of how cover will be impacted before deciding whether you want to access your super early.