Depending on your age, there is a minimum amount you must withdraw as a pension payment from an account based pension each financial year.
|Age on 1 July or commencement date||Minimum % of account balance you must withdraw each year1|
|For 2021/22||From 2022/23 onwards|
|65 to 74||2.5%||5%|
|75 to 79||3%||6%|
|80 to 84||3.5%||7%|
|85 to 89||4.5%
|90 to 94||5.5%||11%|
*The minimum may be subject to change from time to time. For more information go to ato.gov.au
If you’re under 65 you can withdraw between 4%² and 10%³ of your balance each financial year1.
1. A minimum annual payment does not need to be made where the income stream is commenced from 1 June to 30 June. A pro-rata minimum payment is required if it is commenced before 1 June. This applies to account based pensions and TTR pensions.
² The minimum withdrawal has been reduced by 50% (down to 2%) for the 2021/22 financial year.
³ The maximum annual payment applies to TTR pensions in accumulation (or pre-retirement phase).
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