If you have a SUPERANNUATION then we can help you access this early. You could also release your superannuation money early. You could do the following with your superannuation pot if you wanted too:
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Selling pensions in the UK is becoming very popular these days and it can help you with any financial difficulties you may have or even in you want that cash injection for any other purpose. According to our customers the main reason why our clients like to receive their pension cash early is because of the following:
We can help you to sell, release, cash or access your superannuation early. We have a unique route that has been trusted by many customers who have accessed their superannuation early. You can trust us to help you access your money in your superannuation early.
Superannuation in Australia are the arrangements put in place by the Government of Australia to enable people in Australia to accumulate funds to provide them with income in retirement. Superannuation in Australia is partly compulsory, and is further encouraged by the government and supported with tax benefits. The government has set minimum standards for contributions for employees as well as for the management of superannuation funds. It is compulsory for employers to make superannuation contributions for their employees on top of the employees’ wages and salaries. The employer contribution rate has been 9.5% since 1 July 2014, and as of 2015, was planned to increase gradually from 2021 to 12% in 2025. People are also encouraged to supplement compulsory superannuation contributions with voluntary contributions, including diverting their wages or salary income into superannuation contributions under so-called salary sacrifice arrangements.
An individual can withdraw funds out of a superannuation fund when the person meets one of the conditions[clarification needed] of release contained in Schedule 1 of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Regulations 1994.
As of 30 December 2016, Australians have $2,199 billion ($2.2 trillion rounded) in government-held superannuation assets, making Australia the 4th largest holder of pension fund assets in the world. Though the main purpose of the superannuation scheme in Australia has been and continues to be to create an environment in which people can put funds aside to provide an income in retirement, the tax incentives available have also come to be used, especially by wealthy individuals, as a tax reduction strategy. As a consequence the government has set limits on the amounts that can be brought into the scheme at concessional rates with a number of “caps”. Amounts above those caps can still be brought into the superannuation scheme but are generally taxed at the top marginal tax rate.