• Changing jobs

  • Changing employer: What does a new job mean for your superannuation account?

    The average Australian will hold around 12-15 different jobs over the course of their career. If you’ve landed yourself a new job (congratulations!), you may have to make some decisions about where you want your super contributions to go.

    In most situations, employees can choose to which fund they want their super to be paid. Remember, super is part of your pay. It's just like advising your pay office into which bank account you want your salary paid.

    Ask your new employer to make super contributions into your existing Australian Catholic Superannuation account.

    Many thousands of employers are contributing to the Fund, including most Catholic schools.

    If your new employer:

    • Already contributes to our Fund for other employees—just give them your Client ID (shown on your most recent benefit statement). 
    • Doesn't currently contribute to our Fund—ask them for a Standard choice form. Complete the form, stating that you want your contributions paid into your existing Australian Catholic Superannuation account and return it to your employer.


    There are some circumstances in which your employer may not be able to make contributions to your Australian Catholic Superannuation account. If this is the case, you can keep your existing account balance with us and periodically transfer amounts from your other fund.

    To complete any relevant documents, you may need to refer to our important Fund numbers.

    Why fill out a standard choice form?

    Completing a Standard choice form will ensure you continue to have your contributions paid to your Australian Catholic Superannuation account.

    Your account with us offers you strong investment returns, low fees, flexibility and access to a range of extra benefits. For more information on the benefits of being a member of our fund, take a look at our superannuation offer.

    If you don't complete a Standard choice form, your future super contributions will be paid into another fund chosen by your employer.

    We are a complying fund

    Australian Catholic Superannuation & Retirement Fund is a complying, resident and regulated superannuation fund within the meaning of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993 (SIS Act).

    Our Fund has never received a notice of non-compliance and is not subject to a direction under section 63 of the SIS Act. This means Australian Catholic Superannuation can accept all types of superannuation contributions in accordance with the SIS Act.

    Australian Catholic Superannuation is a registrable superannuation entity and is eligible to be nominated as a default fund as it meets the minimum statutory insurance cover requirements for choice of fund.

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