Here are all your frequently asked questions. If you have any other queries that haven’t been covered here, please contact us for more information.
A member can claim his/her total benefits upon discontinuation of employment.
A member can claim a Productivity Payment if contributions have been paid into the fund prior to 1/7/1999.
No, as this will change ACIRT’s current tax structure.
You are required to complete and execute a ‘Deed of Adherence’. It can also be found in our Employers Guide, which also contains plenty of other important information.
By either completing a member application form, or your employer supplying the administrator with your details. Once received, the administrator will open an account in your name where all employer contributions will be deposited.Download the form
None. No charges are deducted from members’ accounts.
It generally takes 3 working days after all documentation has been received. Please allow for at least another 24 hours for your bank to process the deposit, or if you are receiving a cheque, for standard Australia Post delivery times.
Yes. Our fax number is 1300 655 119.
No, ACIRT can only pay the member’s benefit on termination of employment or to a beneficiary on death.