Consolidating my super for
Once we’ve received your super from your other fund/s, or if there’s any reason why your super can’t be combined into your Australian Super account, you’ll be contacted with information on what to do next.If you’re self-employed and wish to claim a tax deduction for personal super contributions, you must lodge a notice of intent to claim a tax deduction with your original fund, before you combine your super into another fund.Explains what you can do with your super after you leave Australia.If you’ve had more than one job, chances are you also have more than one super account, especially if you have been happy to go with your employer’s default fund.To find out more about how to claim a tax deduction read our fact sheet on claiming tax deductions for personal contributions.Before making a decision to combine your super, you should ask your super provider about any fees or charges that may apply, or any other effect this transfer may have on your benefits, such as insurance.While in the past consolidating accounts involved filling in numerous forms, now all you need to do is use the my Gov website.
Just remember that as a QSuper member you have access to member benefits including: More than one fund to consolidate?
At AMP we offer many ways to bring your super together. Login to My AMP now and let us help you search for or consolidate your other super.
Better yet, if you login to My AMP all of your details will be pre-populated, making it even easier to consolidate your super and saving you time.
Consolidating your super with Russell Investments is easy. There's three easy ways you can combine your super account Before consolidating, please check for exit fees or charges that could apply or benefits (like insurance cover) that might cease if you move some or all of your super out of your other accounts.
You can do this by checking past super statements or we can do it for you via our free Find my super service.