Take control of your super. Find and combine your super accounts. It’s quick and simple.
Quick and easy
In a few minutes, you can find and combine all your super accounts in one place online. It's simple. Just login to your account.
How to combine your accounts?
- Login to your super account.
- Select "Find my Super".
- If you have other super accounts (including ones you may have forgotten about), you'll find them here.
- Follow the steps if you wish to combine them into your REI Super account. It is as simple as that.
- If you joined REI Super after 1 March 2020, or have an account balance of $6,000 or below, you are required to verify your ID online (Australian passport, Australian drivers license, Australian visas, Medicare card, Centrelink concession card or citizenship certificate). It is a simple process and you only need to enter your ID details. There is no uploading of forms.
Or call our help line and we can do it for you over the phone: 1300 13 44 33
If you'd prefer, you can download and complete a paper form to combine your accounts.
Save money and more
There is so much upside to finding and combining your super into one account.
- Save on fees. Paying multiple fees for multiple account can get expensive and fees can slowly erode you balance, especially low account balances. By having one account means only one set of fees to pay.
- Reduced paperwork. Having one account makes it easier to manage and to track your super going forwards. When you change jobs, you can take your REI Super account with you.
- Compound interest. The biggest bonus with one account, means more funds in one pot and the power of compounding interest. Compound interest will give a boost to your account savings without you having to do anything.
The graph shows an example how compound interest works with an initial deposit of $50,000 and an annual lump sum contribution of $5,000. Inflation 2.5% and a return of 6% paid annually. At the end of 10 years you’d have a total of $157,423 in today’s dollars your account. Please note, this graph is just for illustrative purposes.
Remember, investment returns aren't the same every year. Some years they are higher and other years they are lower. When returns frequently go up and down, it is called volatility. Time is your best friend when it comes to investing. The longer you invest, the more time you have to ride out the markets' ups and downs.
Use MoneySmart’s compounding interest tool to see how it would relate to your finances.