We specialise in the early release of super for drug and alcohol rehab, mental health treatment, and IVF under the compassionate release of super.
Looking for a bed in an addiction or mental health facility in the public sector is like searching for a Unicorn – difficult. This leaves urgent cases with the decision to investigate private treatment. The private sector offers immediate help and programs which are structured for success in a defined period.
Whether you are just starting IVF treatment or have been trying to conceive for some time we can help make the journey less stressful, by assisting with the application to the ATO under The Compassionate Release of Superannuation Program to release funds to pay for IVF Treatment options.
Gambling can stimulate the brain much like drugs or alcohol, leading to addiction. If you have a problem with compulsive gambling addiction and you continually chase bets that lead to losses, hide your behaviour, use savings, create debt, even resort to theft or fraud to support your addiction you need help.
RELEASE MY SUPER will help you access your super. Strict requirements and conditions control early access to your superannuation. Early release of superannuation is allowable only when these conditions are satisfied. The Australian Taxation Office and Superannuation Funds act in conjunction with each other, but also independently. Each superannuation fund has its own set of protocol and rules around early access to superannuation.
Please note:- The final decision and ability to release superannuation funds early, on compassionate grounds, is determined by whether the superannuation fund’s governing rules have adopted compassionate grounds as a condition of release.
Some funds have special rules that stop members withdrawing their super benefit early, even when the conditions of release are satisfied. This is the effect of SIS regulation 6.19A of the Superannuation Industry Supervision (SIS) regulations, read more when read together with the operating standards in the regulations governing condition of release.