TPD Claims

By: Gerard Malouf and Partners  23-Jan-2013
Keywords: Tpd Claims, Tpd Insurance Claims, Tpd Superannuation,

Every superannuation fund and each individual policy vary in their definition of TPD and the requirements which must be met in order to qualify for a benefit. Nonetheless, TPD means Total and Permanent Disability. So the complexity arises in classification as to who a TPD is. Generally, to be classified as TPD a fund member must: be unable, because of illness or injury, to work in any employment for which they are reasonably qualified by education, training or experience; have ceased active employment as a result of the injury or illness; be under 65 years of age as at the date of ceasing active employment; and have a TPD insurance policy in place as at the date of ceasing active employment

Keywords: Tpd Claim in Super, Tpd Claims, Tpd Insurance Claims, Tpd Superannuation,

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