Did you know there's more than $17 billion* in lost super waiting to be claimed in Australia?
Could some of it be yours?
If you’ve changed jobs, moved house or even changed your name, you may have lost track of your old super.
Don’t let your savings slip away
Use the ATO’s SuperSeeker tool and find your lost super now.
It only takes a few minutes.
Finding lost super can be even better than finding $20 behind the couch, because the longer super is invested, the more it could benefit from compound interest.
* Source: Dept Treasury.
Reclaim lost super in three steps
Visit the ATO’s SuperSeeker page.
You’ll have the choice of looking for your super online, by phone, or by mail.
You’ll need information from two things:
|From the last five financial years, either:
||From the last two financial years, either:
|A notice of assessment from the ATO from the last five years (excluding the 12 financial year), or
||Bank account details, or
|A statement from one of your super funds from the last five years
||A PAYG payment summary, or
||A dividends statement, or
||A Centrelink payment summary
Get it together …
... into your UniSuper account, and you could:
Why is being a UniSuper member so good? Take a look.
- Pay one set of fees and charges
- Have less paperwork to deal with each year
- Enjoy our competitive investment returns*
- Enjoy our flexible account choices
- Have access to our broad range of investment options
*The value of investments can rise and fall and past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
You’ve found your lost super, and that’s great.
But to really make the most of your savings, it’s a good idea to get it together into the one account so you don’t have extra sets of fees eating away at your super.
Combining your super is easy – just fill out a Combine my super form for each super account you want to combine with UniSuper.
Combine my super form
Getting your super together: let us guide you through it
Before you combine your super, you should check whether your other funds charge exit or withdrawal fees, and how exiting those funds could impact any other entitlements (like insurance cover).
Congratulations! You’re reunited with your lost super.
The longer this money is invested, the more it’s likely to grow.
Not only that, but by rolling over into the one account you could potentially save in fees.
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