PSS - Retirement options for Preserved members
As a preserved PSS member, it is important to understand when and how you can access your PSS benefit through age retirement (from 55 years of age). Here we take you through important criteria and the PSS pension calculation.
PSS - COVID-19 Early Release
Due to COVID-19, the government has allowed those financially impacted by the pandemic to apply for early release for part of their superannuation. Edison outlines the steps for applying as a PSS member.
PSS - Considerations when Working Part-time or Taking Leave
For contributing PSS members: Thinking about changing your hours, or taking leave with or without pay? We'll show you how this could impact your PSS benefit
PSS - What are Maximum Benefit Limits and your Options if limit is reached?
If you've been contributing to PSS for a long time, or expect to be contributing for many years to come, watch this video to learn about the PSS Maximum Benefit Limit (MBL) and the options you have if you reach it.
CPI and your pension
Hear from Peter Jamieson, our Chief Customer Officer, with update about your pension and how the latest CPI figures impact you.
PSS - Understanding Tax Applied to Your Retirement Benefit
Tax on PSS benefits can be complex, so watch this video to see some examples of how this might work. We work through examples of claiming both a PSS pension and a cash lump sum.
PSS - Retirement options for Contributing members
As a contributing PSS member approaching retirement, it is never too soon to understand your retirement options and the criteria you need to meet to claim, including how PSS pensions are calculated.