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There are billions of dollars in unclaimed super. Could some of it be yours?
It's easy to find your lost super with our online portal and add it to your QSuper Accumulation account.2 There are no paper forms to sign or mail in.
Let us do the hard work
We'll search the ATO and other super funds to find all of your super accounts, including any unclaimed super.
No paper forms required
That's it - you're done! When you're ready, here are some other ways to make the most of your super.
$13.8 billion in lost super
held by the ATO.1
Super is lost when either someone's super fund can no longer contact them (lost and uncontactable) or if they are lost and inactive, e.g. they haven't made a contribution in over 5 years.
For example, if you change jobs and don't tell your new employer your super account details, you may automatically end up with a new account with your employer's super fund.
And if you've ever changed address or phone number and haven't updated your contact details with your super fund, your super fund can lose track of you.
There are many benefits to finding and combining your lost super, and it's easy. You can do it all online, and we'll show you how.
Pay less in fees
Having your super in one account could mean fewer fees.
One place to keep your details up-to-date.
Keep track of your super
One super account is easier to manage.
Avoid extra insurance costs
Only one set of premiums if you have insurance.
Search for your lost and unclaimed super today, and consolidate with us to start enjoying the benefits.
1. Australian Taxation Office, Lost and unclaimed super by postcode as at 30 June 2020, data released 18 March 2021, accessed on 23 March 2021.
2. 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.