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Around 4 million Australians have more than one super account6. If you’ve ever changed your name, your address or your job, you might have an AustralianSuper account you've forgotten about – or didn't know you had. Here’s why consolidating all of your super savings into one account could be your best move7.

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Why consolidate with AustralianSuper?

With 3.3 million members8 and a history of strong, long-term performance2, we’re Australia’s largest3 and most trusted super fund4. We're a profit-for-member fund. This means we don’t pay profits or dividends to shareholders, so the money we make is for the benefit of members like you.

How your fund performs over the long-term will make a big difference to your retirement. At AustralianSuper, we focus on what that performance means for the net benefit of your super. That is, what your overall financial position could be after taking away admin and investment fees – it’s one of the best ways to see how funds stack up.

 

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Net benefit to 31 December 2023. Net benefit refers to investment earnings less administration, investment fees and costs, transaction costs and taxes. Investment returns are not guaranteed. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns.

The comparison shows what a member would have for 15 years to 31 December 2023, in addition to a $50,000 starting balance and employer contributions, assuming they started with a $50,000 annual salary9.

How to compare super funds

Compare super funds using the free Super AppleCheck comparison tool from independent super research firm Chant West. You can see how our investments, fees, insurance and member services weigh up against other funds on an ‘apples-to-apples’ basis.

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Compare our fees

See how AustralianSuper’s admin and investment fees compare with other funds.

See how AustralianSuper’s admin and investment fees compare with other funds.

Low fees to help your super grow

Super funds charge fees to cover the cost of managing your super and investments. As Australia’s largest fund, we use our size and scale to help obtain low fees for members*. Lower fees mean more of your super stays invested to grow for your future.

Super funds charge fees to cover the cost of managing your super and investments. As Australia’s largest fund, we use our size and scale to help obtain low fees for members*. Lower fees mean more of your super stays invested to grow for your future.

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Annual admin and investment fees on a $10,000 balance

A graph comparing the annual admin and investment fees on a $10,000 super balance. The graph shows AustralianSuper as having low fees at $118 a year compared to the average of super funds at $143 a year and the average of retail funds at $164 a year based on the Chant West Super Fund Fee Survey December 2023. Please refer to the important information below for more detail. A graph comparing the annual admin and investment fees on a $10,000 super balance. The graph shows AustralianSuper as having low fees at $118 a year compared to the average of super funds at $143 a year and the average of retail funds at $164 a year based on the Chant West Super Fund Fee Survey December 2023. Please refer to the important information below for more detail.

Annual admin and investment fees on a $25,000 balance

A graph comparing the annual admin and investment fees on a $25,000 super balance. The graph shows AustralianSuper as having low fees at $217 a year compared to the average of super funds at $264 a year and the average of retail funds at $302 a year based on the Chant West Super Fund Fee Survey December 2023. Please refer to the important information below for more detail. A graph comparing the annual admin and investment fees on a $25,000 super balance. The graph shows AustralianSuper as having low fees at $217 a year compared to the average of super funds at $264 a year and the average of retail funds at $302 a year based on the Chant West Super Fund Fee Survey December 2023. Please refer to the important information below for more detail.

Annual admin and investment fees on a $50,000 balance

A graph comparing the annual admin and investment fees on a $50,000 super balance. The graph shows AustralianSuper as having low fees at $382 a year compared to the average of super funds at $465 a year and the average of retail funds at $534 a year based on the Chant West Super Fund Fee Survey December 2023. Please refer to the important information below for more detail. A graph comparing the annual admin and investment fees on a $50,000 super balance. The graph shows AustralianSuper as having low fees at $382 a year compared to the average of super funds at $465 a year and the average of retail funds at $534 a year based on the Chant West Super Fund Fee Survey December 2023. Please refer to the important information below for more detail.

Annual admin and investment fees on a $100,000 balance

A graph comparing the annual admin and investment fees on a $100,000 super balance. The graph shows AustralianSuper as having low fees at $712 a year compared to the average of super funds at $869 a year and the average of retail funds at $997 a year based on the Chant West Super Fund Fee Survey December 2023. Please refer to the important information below for more detail. A graph comparing the annual admin and investment fees on a $100,000 super balance. The graph shows AustralianSuper as having low fees at $712 a year compared to the average of super funds at $869 a year and the average of retail funds at $997 a year based on the Chant West Super Fund Fee Survey December 2023. Please refer to the important information below for more detail.

Annual admin and investment fees on a $250,000 balance

A graph comparing the annual admin and investment fees on a $250,000 super balance. The graph shows AustralianSuper as having low fees at $1,702 a year compared to the average of super funds at $2,074 a year and the average of retail funds at $2,347 a year based on the Chant West Super Fund Fee Survey December 2023. Please refer to the important information below for more detail. A graph comparing the annual admin and investment fees on a $250,000 super balance. The graph shows AustralianSuper as having low fees at $1,702 a year compared to the average of super funds at $2,074 a year and the average of retail funds at $2,347 a year based on the Chant West Super Fund Fee Survey December 2023. Please refer to the important information below for more detail.

Annual admin and investment fees on a $500,000 balance

A graph comparing the annual admin and investment fees on a $500,000 super balance. The graph shows AustralianSuper as having low fees at $3,202 a year compared to the average of super funds at $4,029 a year and the average of retail funds at $4,550 a year based on the Chant West Super Fund Fee Survey December 2023. Please refer to the important information below for more detail. A graph comparing the annual admin and investment fees on a $500,000 super balance. The graph shows AustralianSuper as having low fees at $3,202 a year compared to the average of super funds at $4,029 a year and the average of retail funds at $4,550 a year based on the Chant West Super Fund Fee Survey December 2023. Please refer to the important information below for more detail.
  • Important information

    *Source: Zenith CW Pty Ltd (Chant West) (ABN 20 639 121 403). Chant West Super Fund Fee Survey December 2023. Survey compares the weighted average of administration, investment and transaction fees and costs for MySuper products. Fees for average super funds includes Retail (Master Trust), Industry, Corporate and Public Sector type funds in the Chant West Super Fund Fee Survey. Total fees are rounded to the nearest $1. Fees may change in the future which may affect the outcome of this comparison.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Consolidating super

Having more than one super account isn't just complicated, it can cost more. Paying more than one set of fees can chip away at your balance. Search for any lost super and consider consolidating your accounts7 to save on fees.

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Don’t know your member number?

We can help you find it. Click the link below and provide a few simple details. If your details match our records, we’ll send you your member number. Then you can log into your account and get your super savings in the one place.

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Tell your employer you’re with AustralianSuper

After you consolidate your accounts, don’t forget to tell your employer your super’s with AustralianSuper. You can do this using the Pay my super into AustralianSuper form or through the AustralianSuper app

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Consider making consolidation part of your super journey

Learn why it could be good to combine multiple super accounts7 into one super fund.

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