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One super account. One less worry.1
If you've ever changed job, moved house, or even changed your name, you might have more than one super fund. And that means paying more than one set of fees. Make your life easier today by combining your super.
Having your super in one account could make your life a lot easier.
Pay less fees
Keep track of your super
Only one set of insurance costs
It's easy to transfer money you have with other super funds using our online portal. There are no paper forms to sign or mail in.
Use our online tool to quickly search for your super with other super funds and the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).
Once we've found your super, we'll combine them for you into your QSuper account. You'll need to provide your TFN if you haven't already.
That's it - you're done! When you're ready, here are some other ways to make the most of your super.
Transferring your benefits from an SMSF to your QSuper Accumulation account is easy, once you've done the steps to wind up your SMSF.
Find out what you need to do.
This quick video explains how to combine your super accounts into one - and why you should consider it.
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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.