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Take your QSuper account with you to your new job
If you're an existing QSuper member, you can keep your account when you change jobs. To stay, 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 the following details to let them know you're with QSuper:
Fund name: Australian Retirement Trust
Trustee: Australian Retirement Trust Pty Ltd
ABN: 60 905 115 063
Unique Superannuation Identifier (USI): 60905115063001
Trustee: Australian Retirement Trust Pty Ltd is the trustee for Australian Retirement Trust
Your member number: Find this by logging in to Member Online, on your annual statement, or by calling us.
Letter of Compliance: This Letter of Compliance (pdf) confirms QSuper is part of Australian Retirement Trust, which is a complying and regulated superannuation fund.
You can get all of your QSuper details and our letter of compliance in an email through Member Online or the QSuper app.
Haven't logged into Member Online before? You'll need to register first.
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What super details do you need to give to your new employer when you change jobs? Here's a few things to know at this exciting time.
Yes, any Australian employer can contribute to your QSuper account. This means whether your new role is in the private or public sector, you can keep your QSuper account.
If you don't let your new employer know what super fund you are with, your employer needs to check with the ATO whether you have an existing super fund linked to you (a stapled super fund). If QSuper is your only super account, or if you work for a Queensland Government employer, your new employer will still pay your super to your QSuper account.
If you have a QSuper account but you have a different super fund stapled to you, your super would go to that fund.
This could result in you paying multiple fees to multiple funds, and make it harder for you to keep track of your money. If you do have more than one super fund, find out how to combine them.
You can always choose what super fund you want to join, or change funds at any time.
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 quarter, while others choose to make contributions more often.
If you haven't logged into Member Online before, you'll need to register first.
If you have our app, you can receive notifications when your employer makes their first contribution to your QSuper account.
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 current compulsory rate of 10.5%, 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 super account, helping you grow your retirement savings. Find out more.