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One super account. One less worry. 1
Having your super in one account could mean fewer fees.
One super account means one statement.
One super account may make your super easier to manage.
One super account reduces your chance of paying multiple insurance premiums.
QSuper's online tool quickly searches for your super with other super funds and the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).
You don't need to remember where your other super accounts are, because we'll find them for you.
Just log in to Member Online and select which super accounts to consolidate. If you haven't provided your TFN to QSuper, you'll need to.
There are no paper forms to sign or mail in. Complete the entire process online.
It takes less than 5 minutes through Member Online.
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1. Before you consolidate your super, you should check with your other super funds if there are any fees or tax implications, or loss of insurance or other benefits.
2. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
3. Money Magazine’s Best of the Best Awards celebrates Australia's pre-eminent financial products, services and investments, with leading research houses including Canstar, Lonsec, Morningstar, SQM Research, SuperRatings, WhistleOut and Zenith Investment Partners identifying the winners in more than 60 categories. The awards are designed to help consumers make more informed investment decisions across asset categories including super, cash accounts, funds, and home loans. The award is solely a statement of opinion and does not represent a recommendation to purchase, hold or sell any securities, or make any other investment decisions. Ratings are subject to change. SuperRatings does not issue, sell, guarantee or underwrite this product. Go to www.superratings.com.au for details of its ratings criteria. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Ratings, awards or investment returns are only one factor that you should consider when deciding how to invest your super.