An industry leader in 10-year investment performance
Our Income account won Money magazine's Pension Fund Manager for 2019.3
Take your QSuper account with you to your new job
To stay with QSuper, give your new employer your QSuper details using one of the methods below.
Your employer may give you a form to fill in or have an online portal where you can enter your details to let them know you're with QSuper.
In this case, you may need the following information:
Fund name: QSuper
ABN: 60 905 115 063
Unique Superannuation Identifier (USI): 60905115063001
MySuper Authorisation Number: 60905115063329
Your member number: Find this by logging in to Member Online, on your annual statement, or by calling us.
Statement of Compliance: This Statement of Compliance (pdf) lets you know we’re a complying superannuation fund.
Complete the Choose QSuper as Your Super Fund form and give it to your employer.
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If you're not registered for Member Online, download a blank form and enter your details.
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If your new employer doesn't use QSuper as their default fund – that is, the super fund they make contributions to if an employee doesn't choose their fund – they may open a new account for you with another super fund.
This could result in you paying multiple fees to multiple funds, and make it harder for you to keep track of your money.
To check if your new employer is contributing to QSuper, log in to Member Online and check your transaction history. Keep in mind that different employers may make contributions at different times. Some employers pay every three months, while others choose to make contributions more often.
Whether your super contributions will change depends on your new employer’s super arrangements.
While employers are usually only required to pay super at the compulsory rate of 9.5% at a minimum, it’s a good idea to check with your employer directly to make sure you are maximising your employer contributions. Some employers have special arrangements in place. For example, they may pay super at a higher rate, or will pay more if you make extra super contributions yourself.
If you’re starting a job with a Queensland Government employer – such as Queensland Health or the Department of Education – you may be required to make 'standard contributions' of between 2% and 5% of your fortnightly salary. By making these standard contributions, your employer will pay extra into your QSuper account, helping you grow your retirement savings. Find out more.
While QSuper was originally started to help Queensland Government employees reach their retirement goals, our membership is now open to everyone. This means that whether your new role is in the private or public sector, you can continue to feel confident that your money is with an industry leader in investment performance.1 Your family and friends are also invited to join QSuper.
1. Past performance may not be a reliable indicator of future performance. QSuper’s Accumulation account, Balanced Option only, ranked fourth. The Chant West data is based on information provided by third parties that is believed to be accurate at 30 June 2019. Returns reflected after investment fees and tax. Chant West’s Financial Services Guide is available at chantwest.com.au
2. Chant West Super Fund Fee Survey, March 2019. The Chant West data is based on information provided by third parties that is believed to be accurate. Chant West does not issue, sell, guarantee, or underwrite this product. The findings are based on account balances of $25,000 and $50,000. Only administration and investment fees and costs are covered. Fees are gross of income tax. Go to chantwest.com.au for further information about the methodology used and Chant West’s Financial Services Guide. For the QSuper Investment options: Lifetime option Focus 1, Aggressive, Growth and Moderate.