If you’ve changed jobs over the years, chances are you may have several super accountsHaving lots of super accounts means multiple sets of fees which could impact your long-term super savings.
Let's make it happen. Choose one of these easy options.
Do it online
It’s easy and only takes a couple of minutes to find out if you have other super accounts. The Australian Tax Office (ATO) will use your Tax File Number (TFN) to search their records for other super accounts you may have and we'll give you a list of the funds they have recorded as belonging to you. You can then choose whether you want to transfer them into your VicSuper account.
To use the online service all you need is:
- a VicSuper MembersOnline account – if you don't have one, register now.
- your current mobile number listed in your MembersOnline account.
Complete the form
If you’d rather do it yourself and if you know exactly where your other super is:
- complete a Rollover your super to VicSuper form (PDF). You’ll need a form for each account you want to transfer into your VicSuper account.
VicSuper doesn’t charge entry or exit fees, but some funds do. Before you transfer your super:
- you should check the implications for fees and tax, and any benefits like insurance you may have.
You should consider your personal circumstances before proceeding with any rollovers.
Here are some great reasons to stick with VicSuper.