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Finding $20 in your pocket is always great but imagine finding thousands in super that you had lost track of. Have you checked to see if you have more than one super account?

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$10.1 billion in lost super

A total of $10.1 billion has been reported in lost super as of 20231.    

Track down your lost super

Lost super is more common than you might think. If you’ve ever changed your name, moved house or changed jobs, then you could have super accounts that you’ve lost track of. This means your lost super is either with the ATO or still with your other super fund. The good news is it’s easy to find out if you have any lost or unclaimed super with myGov or with AustralianSuper. Continually reviewing your super transactions can also help you know if your super is being correctly paid by your employer.

Once you locate and receive any lost or unpaid super you might have, you can choose to combine it into one account2. Putting all your super in one place could help you save on account fees as well as making your super easier to manage too.

Find out if you have lost super

  • Check for lost super by logging in to the AustralianSuper portal, clicking 'Account', then 'Tax File Number'. Make sure you have two forms of ID ready, as well as your TFN.
  • Consider consolidating your super into a single account. It could make things easier to manage and could also mean fewer fees2.


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