If you've had more than one job, it's likely that you have more than one super account. Multiple accounts mean you could be paying multiple administration fees which may reduce your superannuation savings. We can help you track down any lost or forgotten super you may have.
Having all your super in one account allows you to manage your super from one convenient account, so you've got complete control.
The quickest and easiest way to find your super and consolidate
You can search for your lost or forgotten super online. All it takes is two minutes of your time. Simply log into your Equip account, and click on the "Find my super" tab, which you can find under the main menu.
Before you combine your super, there are some important things to note (and check):
- There is a good chance you may have some form of insurance with each super account. Rolling your money out and closing these accounts will cancel this insurance. While this means you will no longer be paying multiple insurance premiums annually, you should consider the effect of cancelling insurance before making any changes. You can apply to transfer any Death and TPD cover you have in other funds to Equip, up to a limit.
- Have you reviewed the fees and charges from the other super fund? Always a good idea to check.
Want to consolidate your super?
After completing the above checks, if you decide to combine your super, we can help you do this online as well.
Alternatively, you can consolidate through the MyGov website or complete the roll-in form below.
If you are unsure about what to do, we can help you make the right decision.