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Unpaid super impacts 1 in 4 Australians

There’s roughly $5 billion a year in unpaid super - affecting one in four Australians. Unpaid super cost those affected an average of $1,700 a year1.

Why it’s important to check your super contributions

When someone pays you money they owe, it’s normal to check your bank account to see if it’s there. In the same way, it’s a good idea to regularly check your super account to keep on top of your transactions such as payments and contributions.

AustralianSuper members aged over 50 are more likely to review their transaction history than any other age group. In fact, out of those who logged in last year, 1 in 4 checked in on their payments2.

Checking your super account for employer payments and extra contributions helps keep your super in check. Logging into your account online or via the mobile app is the best way to stay across your super transactions.

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Log in to your AustralianSuper account

You can log in to your account online or via the AustralianSuper mobile app. If you haven’t registered for online access to your account, it’s easy to set up.

Where to find your super transactions

Where to find your super transactions

On the app, select Transactions from the bottom navigation to see your transaction history. If you’re logged in online, select Transactions from the top menu bar.

Check your transactions

Log into your account online or use the AustralianSuper app to check your payments.

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