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This is quite possible if you have:
According to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), there are billions of dollars sitting in lost and unclaimed super accounts waiting for Australians to claim the money—some of it could belong to you! If you don't take action to find your super:
Your super fund will report you as a lost member to the ATO if it:
In these cases, the ATO maintains a register of reported lost members, but the super fund still holds your monies.
A super fund has to pay unclaimed superannuation money to the ATO where an account is held by a lost member and:
Super funds must also pay member accounts to the ATO as unclaimed superannuation money in the following circumstances where:
Don’t worry if you haven’t kept track of your multiple super accounts. There are various ways to search for your super and you can get unclaimed super back from the ATO at any time.
The good news is that there is no need for you to pay someone else to locate your super, or to do all the hard work yourself.
Australian Catholic Superannuation can help you find any lost or unclaimed super accounts you may have—for free!
To do this, we will need your:
Simply download and complete our Super search authority form (PDF), then send this back to us and we’ll take care of the rest for you.
When we conduct a super search on your behalf, in addition to lost or unclaimed accounts, we may also find other active super accounts in your name.
Whatever super accounts we discover, we’ll report back to you.
We can then also help you consider the option to consolidate your super (including the opportunity to transfer any existing insurance cover) into your current Australian Catholic Superannuation account.
There are a number of other free services available to help you in your search for lost, unclaimed and active super accounts:
For a full view of your super create an online myGov account and link it to the ATO.
Visit the ATO’s SuperSeeker website. This will allow you to conduct a quick search on all lost super accounts held in your name. You'll need to provide your name, date of birth and tax file number (TFN).
Alternatively, you can call the ATO and either use their 24-hour self-help phone service or ask for someone to run through the process for you.
Please note that this service is due to be decommissioned in December 2015.
AUSfund is used by many industry funds for lost members.
To search you will need your name and date of birth. As some accounts may be lost due to data entry errors, you may want to try searching using common variations of your name and just your first initial.
If a suspected match is made, you will be asked to provide more information, such as your previous address/es and details of your current super account.
There are several other large eligible rollover funds where your lost super may have been transferred. To check these, contact:
̶ Supertrace by calling 1300 788 750 or visiting the Supertrace website
̶ Super Safeguard by calling 1300 135 181 or visiting the Super Safeguard website.
Super search authority(PDF 212KB)
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• Provide us with your email address
• Check that your other contact details are up-to-date
• Make sure we have your tax file number (TFN) to avoid paying unnecessary tax
• Nominate your beneficiaries
• Review and update your insurance cover
• Assess your investment choices.