Find your superannuation
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Find your superannuation

There’s over $13 billion in lost super waiting to be claimed. Is any of it yours?

If you’ve ever changed jobs, you might have inactive or lost super accounts out there. The good news is they're easy (and free) to find.

How do you find and combine your lost super?

Simply confirm your personal details by clicking the button below. You’ll get an instant result showing all your super accounts. You can also decide if you want to combine some, or all of them into your LUCRF Super account.

Already know where your other accounts are?

You can also use the Find your super now tool above to combine multiple accounts. Can’t access the tool? Complete our Rollover your super form online. Prefer to complete and return a paper form? Download here.

Why combine multiple accounts?

  • Multiple accounts can lead to paying fees to multiple super funds which could eat into your savings.
  • Keeping track of your super will be easier.
  • You’ll have greater control of your retirement savings.

When could my money be sent to the ATO?

We may be required by law to send super money belonging to members we’ve lost contact with, and who meet other conditions including:
  • people aged 65 and over who haven't updated their contact details with us
  • the non-member spouse of a member who’s entitled to receive super (e.g. after divorce/separation) but hasn't claimed it
  • people who’ve died without listing a beneficiary on their account
  • people with a balance less than $6,000 who haven't had any account activity or contributions/benefit in 16 months or more
  • people who leave Australia without claiming their super (e.g. temporary residents).
For more information visit the ATO website. You can apply to re-claim some or all ATO-held money by contacting the ATO. You may also be able to reclaim some or all  of the ATO held mony when you search for lost super using our online Search & Combine tool.

Before combining multiple accounts

  • Consider the impact of fees and check out the comparative cost of each fund.
  • Make sure you’ll have the insurance you need, particularly if you have an existing illness. Any insurance you have with other funds may be cancelled when rolling out your super.
  • You may not be able to rollover your super in a defined benefit scheme. There may be other complications.
  • There may be additional costs and complexity when rolling out of a self-managed super fund (SMSF).

Do you have questions about finding your super?

Contact us for assistance.

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