It’s your super, your choice
Choosing the right super fund today could make a big difference to your retirement savings in the future and in most cases, the choice is yours. Strong long term investment performance*, size, investment capability and whether the fund is profit to member are all things to consider.
Check out the ATO's YourSuper comparison tool to help compare super funds.
Once you’re ready to tell your employer where to pay your super, download the Standard choice form, fill it out and give it to your employer.
If you don’t nominate a super account when you start a new job, your employer will contact the ATO to find your ‘stapled fund’ and will pay your super contributions to that account. If you don’t have an existing super account and don’t choose a fund, your employer will pay your super into their nominated default super fund† .
Super stapling was introduced on 1 November 2021 as part of the Your Future Your Super Federal Government measures. Stapling means you will be attached to one super fund for life unless you choose otherwise. It aims to reduce the number of super accounts people may acquire throughout their working life.
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