Consolidating super ato

You can also search for unclaimed money held by State or Territory governments and agencies.Companies must send unclaimed monies to the State or Territory they are located in which may be different to where you live so it’s worth searching agencies outside your home state.You’ll be able to see details of your super accounts held by most super funds in Australia.

This should be presented along with the Standard Choice Form which we have pre-filled with the Christian Super Fund details.

It’s still your super though, and you’re able to claim it and transfer it to your preferred super fund at any time. If the ATO’s Super Seeker database tells you that you have lost or unclaimed super, you should consider rolling it into one super account, so that you’re not paying separate management fees for every account.

Our Consolidating Super page has all the information you need to roll your super into one account.

There is over a billion dollars of unclaimed money from lost bank accounts, shares, investments, life insurance policies, deceased estates and other types of money from financial institutions and companies.

The Australian Securities and Investment Commission’s (ASIC) Money Smart website provides a searchable database for money classified as unclaimed from banks, building societies, credit unions, life companies, friendly societies and registered Australian companies.

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