What happens to my insurance benefit through super if I do not make a binding nomination?

by Securitas on September 26, 2016

“If you do not make a binding beneficiary nomination , the super trustee will decide who gets your benefits when you die. Usually benefits are paid to dependents, after taking your wishes into consideration.

See ‘What is the difference between a non-binding and a binding nomination?'”


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