Consolidating superannuation accounts
In addition, many super funds charge administration fees on a tiered basis so that the fees decrease as your balance increases.
Considerations - beware of fees Once you’ve chosen to consolidate your superannuation, you should decide which super fund will best suit your personal circumstances.
This includes understanding the costs and benefits of your current funds and comparing them to the new fund.
Be sure to check for any exit fees and consider the tax implications of transferring.
This is required by the funds before a superannuation search can commence.
You don’t need to go to your Super fund anymore and wait on the phone for a customer service operator to answer your call and then go through a complicated validation process.
Our online service will allow you to regularly keep up to date with your account details and balances all in the one spot on the one device. You don’t need to go to your Super fund anymore and wait on the phone for a customer service operator to answer your call and then go through a complicated validation process.
You can forget all other log in details to your superannuation funds and keep track of your accounts by using our leading technology.
You can see if you are entitled to lost superannuation by simply clicking on the Findmysuper button above and we will perform the superannuation search and consolidation service for you or lost funds.
You need to sign the authority that will be produced after you register.