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According to the most recent figures from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO ), as of 31 December 2014, Australians had around $16 billion worth of lost superannuation. This was made up of just over six million lost and ATO-held accounts.
If you have multiple Super funds, you pay multiple sets of fees and insurance premiums, dwindling your super savings.
The Average Australian will have 4-5 jobs in their life time. With each job often comes a new Super fund, if you are not rolling over or transferring the old one.
What Aussie Super Finder Does?
Tracks down all your Lost, Inactive & Active Superannation Accounts free of charge.
We help you Consolidate everything we find into the Super Fund of your Choice.
Make sure you have just the one fund now and in the future that you control. Giving you a fresh start and increasing the money available for your retirement.
By providing your Tax File Number (TFN), you consent that your TFN will be used to search the ATO databases to find your lost super accounts, as well as appearing on the Rollover Form that you can use to rollover your money from these super accounts to super fund of your choice.
Under the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993 you are not obliged to disclose your TFN, but we will not be able to help you find your lost super accounts if you do not provide it.
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I had absolutely no idea where about my superannuation funds. I only remember the first one and I stopped keeping track of each new one that came my way. I had a feeling there might be a good balance in all my super accounts but I never realized the total superannuation would be close to $40,000. Thank you Aussie Super Finder for tracking and consolidating my multiple super fund accounts.
Aussie Super Finder helped me track my super fund accounts and now I’m in complete control of my superannuation. Altogether I had 6 super fund accounts I couldn’t even remember about.
The team at Aussie Super Finder was just fantastic. The paperwork was a real hassle and I didn’t quite know how to fill it out. Thank you for simplifying the process overnight. I have one superannuation account and I’m grateful I’m not paying unnecessary fees and insurance premiums unlike before.
In Australia many people have lost track of their super fund accounts. This is surprisingly easy to do if you move home and forget to give your new address details or if mailings get lost on the postal system. Every time you change your job your super fund will change which can also cause confusion and makes it easy to forget where the money is all tied up. I f this applies to you, then you are not alone as it is estimated that there is over $18.2 million worth of money that is lost, but could be claimed.
Making a claim for funds that you have lost can be hard though. You may have no idea where to look or even know if you have lost any. You may have forgotten which company it was with or they may have changed their name or been taken over.
If you are worried about how to start finding out more about this, then there are companies that will help you. Aussie Super Finder is an example of such a company who will help you look for funds going back over the last 21 years with no upfront fee. They can help with the consolidation of funds as well. If you decide that you do want our help then we will charge a fee and find your funds and consolidate it. This can make things easier for you to manage and could mean that you end up with a bigger fund at the end.
Therefore take a closer look at the services that we can provide so that you can decide whether our services will benefit you.
All information on this website is of a general nature only. We have not taken into account your financial situation, needs or objectives. You need to make up your own mind and ascertain yourself if it is right for you. We recommend you read the product disclosure statement(s) and the financial services guide before making any financial decision.