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I had no idea where my lost super was or the names of the funds. I just new it was scattered everywhere and I should definitely have more than $3,000 in my super. Australian Super Finder found all 7 of my funds and now my balance is almost $50,000. Thank you so much for getting my super back on track. ? Leonie, Thomastown VIC


Super Facts and Tips

Locate Your Lost Super

Billions of dollars are there in lost superannuation in Australia, and a portion of it might be yours. The great news is that it is pretty simple to find. A superannuation account is deemed lost if the super fund cannot contact you, or your super account has not been active for some time. This can occur if you transfer, change your name, or change jobs. But locating your lost superannuation isn’t hard, and it is easy to combine it with the other super you have.

Locating your lost super

Use the SuperSeeker tool of ATO to find your lost super. You’ll need your:
• name
• birth date
• TFN (tax file number).

Before you move your lost superannuation, you must check the tax and fees implications, and whichever benefits (e.g. insurance) you could have. Consolidating your whole super into a single account is simple and means you’ll only have to contribute one set of payments and monitor one account.

Want us to locate on your behalf?

Have you provided us with your Tax File Number consent? Make your time available and we will do the rest of the work for you. Only provide us with your consent to utilize your TFN to search and we will find your other funds and we’ll notify you.

Need help?

If you have questions about combining or need assistance in understanding the effects of consolidating, make use of our advice service so as to consult a financial planner. They will give details in a manner you can comprehend. There are no additional fees and no obligations.

Consolidating your super

If you have had numerous jobs, it is possible that like other Australians, you have super accounts with numerous super fund. Combining your superannuation could signify having more cash in your fund to build your savings.

Figures shown by the ATO revealed that Australians contribute $532 annually on average in charges and fees for a low-cost account.* Bear in mind, your superannuation is your own money – you have earned it.

All information on this website is of a general nature only. We have not taken into account your financial situation, needs or objectives. You need to make up your own mind and ascertain yourself if it is right for you. We recommend you read the product disclosure statement(s) and the financial services guide before making any financial decision.

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