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Your QSuper journey starts now
It’s great to have you on board as a new QSuper member. Here's what you need to know now, so that you can start feeling more confident about today and tomorrow.
Member Online is where you can check your balance and transactions, update your details, combine any other super you have, and check that your investments and insurance are right for you. If you haven't already, register and log in.
If you have multiple super accounts, combining them into one could save you from paying multiple fees and insurance premiums.1
Small changes to grow your super now can make a big difference later. Find out how to make contributions to an Accumulation account, what benefits are available, and more.
You may have generous insurance included with your QSuper Accumulation account (if eligible). If you'd like to personalise your cover or you don't already have cover, you can apply online.
Choosing the right investment option for your goals can make a big difference to your future lifestyle. Visit Member Online to check or change your investment strategy.
Your super doesn't automatically form part of your estate or your Will, so it's important to let us know who you'd like to receive your super if you die.
Connect with your super anytime, anywhere, through the QSuper app. Available on Apple and Android devices, it's simple and secure, with all your information at your fingertips.
Professional guidance can give you the knowledge you need to make confident choices today - so you'll have the finances to live the future you want.
Book your place at one of our free webinars or seminars. It's your passport to a world of knowledge, exclusively for our members.
As a new QSuper member, you can look forward to a sense of confidence, with super specialists only a call or a few clicks away. Find out more reasons why you'll be glad you're with QSuper.
1. Before you consolidate your super accounts, consider if the timing is right and if you will lose access to benefits such as insurance or pension options, or if there are any fee or tax implications.