Moving all your super into one account (known as ‘consolidating your super’) might be able to help you save on fees and make managing your super easier.
According to recent research conducted for the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia, the top reason people haven’t consolidated their accounts is because they just haven’t gotten around to it. Another reason people have multiple accounts is that they think it will be too hard or complicated to consolidate.
The best part is that combining is easy, so why not spend less than 5 minutes combining your super today?
Simply complete the Rollover initiation request form, sign and date the form and send it to us. You should check with your other fund about your entitlements that may cease, exit or withdrawal fees and any insurance you might have.
While in the past consolidating accounts involved filling in numerous forms, now all you need to do is use the my Gov website.
Having multiple super accounts can increase your fees significantly.
If you have changed your name, address or job, your fund may no longer be able to reach you.
Contact your old fund directly to ask for your member details.