Get your super together

If you have more than one super account, multiple sets of fees and charges can potentially erode your retirement savings. Over time, these fees can make a big difference.

Combine my super tool in MemberOnline

Go to the ‘Calculators and tools’ page under the ‘Resources’ tab in MemberOnline to access the Combine my super tool.

You’ll need your other fund’s name, USI or ABN and your member number from the other fund.

Log in to MemberOnline

If you’re not yet on MemberOnline, register now.


Before you combine your super, you should check whether your other fund(s) charge exit or withdrawal fees (as well as ongoing administration fees), and how exiting those funds could impact any other entitlements (like cancellation of insurance cover).



Use the rollover tool or download the rollover form

Fill in your details and the information about your other funds then print, sign and return the form to us at:

UniSuper 
Reply Paid 67452
Melbourne Vic 3000

Go to the rollover tool

If you'd prefer to fill out a form yourself, you can download our Combine my super (rollover) form.

Why get your super together?

Benefits of consolidating your super into UniSuper include:

  • Pay only one set of fees and charges 
  • Less paperwork  
  • Access to our broad range of investment options* 
  • Be part of one of Australia’s most award-winning super funds
  • Makes it easier to track your total super savings

Remember to consider all your options before you consolidate your super, and check whether your other fund(s) charge any withdrawal fees—or if there’s an impact on any other entitlements (like insurance).

*The value of investments can rise and fall and past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

If transferring from a Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF)

If you’re transferring funds from your SMSF to UniSuper, we need to receive your funds via a cheque payable to UniSuper. The table below confirms what type of supporting information you need to provide.

Cheque from your SMSF Cheque from your bank
Supporting information to provide with your cheque: A completed Rollover Benefit Statement, available from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) A completed Rollover Benefit Statement, available from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO)
AND

A bank statement showing that the funds have come from a bank account in the name of the SMSF. The bank statement should also show the transaction (i.e. the cheque being drawn from the account).

OR

A screen shot of the bank account’s transaction history showing both the name of the SMSF and the amount of the cheque being drawn.
Additional information you may need when arranging your transfer:

  • Unique Superannuation Identifier (USI): 91 385 943 850 001
  • Superannuation Fund Number (SFN):  130 250 940
  • Australian Business Number (ABN):  91 385 943 850
  • Address:  Level 1, 385 Bourke Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000 
  • Telephone: 1800 331 685
  • Fax: 1300 224 037
  • Website: unisuper.com.au
  • Email: enquiry@unisuper.com.au

For more information about transferring funds from your SMSF, visit the ATO’s website—www.ato.gov.au.


Proof of identity

To combine your super, you’re required by law to verify your identity.

If you’ve already provided us with your Tax File Number (TFN) we may be able to process your rollover without extra proof of identity.

If your TFN can’t be validated, you’ll need to verify your identity. For more information, read Your guide to proof of identify.

Log in to MemberOnline to check if you’ve provided your TFN, update your details or verify your identity.

If you do need to provide certified proof of identity, some of the documents you can use to use includes your passport or your driver’s licence.

Take a look at our Your guide to proof of identity fact sheet for a list of documents we'll accept.

The Superannuation Officer at your workplace might also be able to direct you to someone on campus who can certify your ID documents. See your campus directory for details.

Take UniSuper to a new job

If you change jobs, you can remain a UniSuper member and keep contributing to your account. Find out more about taking your UniSuper account to a new job.

Why UniSuper?

We’re committed to supporting you throughout your working life and beyond, with a flexible range of super and retirement options to suit your needs.

Learn more about the benefits of being a UniSuper member.


UniSuper                       1800 331 685
UniSuper Advice           1800 UADVICE (1800 823 842)