Combine your super accounts
Combining all your super into one AustralianSuper account will make your super easier to manage.
And it’s never been easier to do. So, why not combine now* and stop paying extra fees?
- Your Tax File Number (TFN), and
- Your other fund details. A statement from your other fund/s will have all the information you’ll need.
How to combine your super
What happens next?
Once we’ve received your super from your other fund/s, or if there’s any reason why your super can’t be combined into your AustralianSuper account, you’ll be contacted with information on what to do next.
More than one account to combine?
You’ll need to complete a form for each account you wish to combine. Just enter your personal details once, and the new form will remember your details for the next transfer.
Not a member?
AustralianSuper is open to everyone, so wherever you work and whatever you do, you can join right now.
Are you self-employed?
If you’re self-employed and wish to claim a tax deduction for personal super contributions, you must lodge a notice of intent to claim a tax deduction with your original fund, before you combine your super into another fund. To find out more about how to claim a tax deduction read our fact sheet on claiming tax deductions for personal contributions.
* Some funds may charge an exit fee for transferring your account. It’s a good idea to check with your other fund/s to find out if there are any exit fees or penalties. It’s also important to check if the transfer affects any insurance you have with your old fund. Other fees may apply.