Retirement Savings Accounts Regulations 1997


Division 3.1 - Introductory  

An RSA provider has the power, despite anything in the terms and conditions of an RSA, to protect the benefits of an RSA holder to a greater degree than is required by this Part, if the RSA provider does so in a way that is consistent with this Part.


For example, an RSA provider might choose to protect the benefits of all RSA holders with withdrawal benefits less than $1,500, rather than all protected RSA holders (ie, broadly, RSA holders with withdrawal benefits less than $1,000) as this Part requires. ``Protected RSA holder'' is defined in regulation 1.03 .]


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