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At QSuper, we’ve made sorting out multiple super accounts really easy. In fact, organising to consolidate them into your QSuper account only takes a few minutes.
If you've worked for more than one organisation, you may have more than one super fund. This can have its drawbacks.
But, having your super consolidated into just one QSuper account will ensure you’re not paying duplicate fees, including insurance fees, which means more to invest for the future.
Just remember that as a QSuper member you have access to member benefits including:
More than one fund to consolidate? Don’t worry, you can easily consolidate the full balance of multiple funds via Member Online or download extra Consolidate With QSuper forms. If you want to request a partial transfer you’ll need to use the paper form.
Before requesting a transfer, it's a good idea to check with your other fund/s to determine whether there are any exit or penalty fees for moving your benefit, or other loss of benefits, such as insurance or pension options. In addition, if your other super fund is untaxed there may be tax implications to consider.
Log into Member Online and consolidate your super.
1. Complete the Consolidate with QSuper form, including the details of your other fund
2. Simply send the form back to QSuper and we’ll take care of the rest:
QSuper Member Services
GPO Box 200
Brisbane QLD 4001
QSU0102AU (Defined Benefit)