Having more than one super account usually means paying multiple sets of fees and charges, extra paperwork, and greater difficulty in keeping track of your super. If you’ve had more than one job, it’s likely you have more than one super account.
By combining all your super into one account, you could save on fees and charges. This means more of your money stays invested in the super system, growing over time to support your future savings and lifestyle.
3 minutes is all it takes to combine your super
What happens next?
We’ll be in touch once the funds from your old fund have made their way home.
Things you should consider when combining your super
We recommend you check with your other super funds if there are any fees or charges for exiting the fund. You should also consider your insurance needs. If you have insurance cover with the other fund, closing your old account will likely cancel any cover held with that account.