Combine super accounts

Combine all your super accounts. One account, one fee. It’s simple to do. All you need is your TFN. Leave the rest to us.


Like most of us, you may have changed jobs a few times and have ended up with multiple super accounts. Having multiple accounts means multiple administration fees that slowly erode your savings. Imagine how much more money could you have in one account.


One super account

Having all your money in one account not only makes it easier for you to manage, but also makes your money work harder. A larger balance will earn more investment returns.


Before you combine and consolidate your super accounts

  1. Review any other benefits with your previous super accounts including insurance cover. If you choose to leave your current fund, you may lose your insurance benefits. Make sure you have adequate insurance cover before consolidating your super.
  2. Check if there are any fees for leaving other super funds.
  3. Consider getting financial advice to help you compare the benefits and costs of switching funds. Call our helpline for more information.