Consolidate super

One super account. One less worry.1

Combine super now

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.

Benefits if you consolidate your super

Having your super in one account could make your life a lot easier.

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Pay less in fees

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Less paperwork

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Keep track of your super

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Only one set of insurance costs

How to consolidate super

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.

Step 1: Search in less than 5 mins

Use our online tool to quickly search for your super with other super funds and the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).

Step 2: We'll take care of the rest

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.

Step 3: Enjoy the benefits

That's it - you're done! When you're ready, here are some other ways to make the most of your super.

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Steps if you have an SMSF

Transferring your benefits from an SMSF to QSuper is easy, once you've done the steps to wind up your SMSF.

How to merge super accounts

This quick video explains how to combine your super accounts into one - and why you should consider it.

Why consolidate with QSuper?

Strong performance
Our unique investment strategy has delivered consistently strong returns for our members.2

Low fees
As a profit-for-members super fund, we work hard to keep our fees low.

Award-winning value
You get the best value for money with our award-winning products.

Happy members
Join more than 594,000 members who say we're the most satisfying super fund.3

Combine your super

It's easy to merge your super accounts online with QSuper.

Consolidate now

1. Before you consolidate your super, please consider if withdrawing savings from your current fund/s could lock in a previous investment loss. You should also check with your other fund/s if you will lose access to benefits such as insurance or pension options, if the other fund/s will charge you exit penalties or fees, or if there are tax implications.
2. SuperRatings Fund Crediting Rate Survey, April 2021. SR50 Balanced Index (60-76). Past performance may not be a reliable indicator of future performance. SuperRatings does not issue, sell, guarantee, or underwrite this product. Ratings, awards or investment returns are only one factor that you should consider when deciding how to invest your super. The rating is issued by SuperRatings Pty Ltd ABN 95 100 192 283 AFSL 311880 (SuperRatings). Ratings are general advice only and have been prepared without taking account of your objectives, financial situation or needs. Consider your personal circumstances, read the product disclosure statement and seek independent financial advice before investing. The rating is not a recommendation to purchase, sell or hold any product. Past performance information is not indicative of future performance. Ratings are subject to change without notice and SuperRatings assumes no obligation to update. SuperRatings uses objective criteria and receives a fee for publishing awards. Visit superratings.com.au for ratings information and to access the full report. © 2021 SuperRatings. All rights reserved.
3. Roy Morgan, Superannuation Satisfaction: Satisfaction with Financial Performance of Superannuation in Australia. 6 months to April 2021, n=19,117. Base: Australians aged 14+ with work based or personal superannuation. 15 largest super funds based on customer numbers.