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Find your lost super

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) holds billions of dollars in unclaimed super. Could some of it be yours?

This unclaimed super belongs to people who have changed their job in the past ten years, their address, or even their name, and as a result their super fund is now unable to contact them.

How to find your lost super

SuperSeeker1 is the ATO's super search tool, and it can help you check if you have any money in unclaimed super accounts. It's quick and easy to use, and all you'll need is your tax file number, name, and date of birth.

And, if you find some money you never knew you had, why not transfer it into your QSuper account?

1. SuperSeeker is an external tool provided and maintained by the Australian Tax Office.

Find your lost super

1. Find your lost super with the ATO's SuperSeeker.1

2. Contact your lost fund to update your details.

3. If you find some lost super, consider transferring it into your QSuper account.

QSuper charges no entry fees, and it's a great way to boost your super savings.