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The Role of Aussie Super Finder

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Aussie Super Finder guarantees there are no upfront cost or obligation fees on tracking down your lost super funds. We will first track all your super accounts and depending on whether it is worthwhile pursuing will we move forward with consolidating your super accounts. We will ensure consolidating your super accounts are only beneficial to you and will find a super fund account that is suitable to your requirements and needs.

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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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Why not see if you have any lost super held with the Australian Tax Office while you're here. By agreeing to the privacy policy and clicking the search button below you will get a report of any lost super accounts you may have.

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my lost superI had no idea where my lost super was or the names of the funds. I just new it was scattered everywhere and I should definitely have more than $3,000 in my super. Aussie super Finder found all 7 of my funds and now my balance is almost $50,000. Thank you so much for getting my super back on track

  Leonie, Thomastown VIC

find my lost superThank you Aussie Super Finder for finding all my super. You guys did a fantastic job finding 5 funds for me, going back even to my first check out job for woolies. I didn't even remember or know I had so many

  Sonia, Ararat VIC

find lost superannuation australiaWhat a great job you guys did finding allmy super and helping me get it all into one. I had tried to send the paperwork an get it into one myself and was getting nowhere. The super companies seemed to always lose my paperwork or tell me I hadn't filled it out right. You guys made it so simple. Thanks or handling the paperwork and chasing and making it happen.

  Steve, Blue Mountain QLD

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Find Lost Super

There are many people that have super fund accounts in Australia but have lost the details of them. This can happen if you move house and do not provide your new address details or if mail gets lost in the post. You will also change your super fund each time that you change your job and so it can be easy to lose track of what money you have and where it is. It is estimated that there is over $18.2 billion of lost money from lost super and so there are many Australians who have money out there that they can claim.

It can be difficult to know where to start though when you are thinking about claiming these lost funds. You may not even know if you have any lost money or you may think some is lost but have no idea what company it was with. This can be complicated further if companies have been taken over or changed their names.

It is also worth noting that for each super fund account that you hold, you will be paying fees and insurance premiums. This could mean that the funds are decreasing, due to the costs. If you consolidate these, then you will only have to pay the fees and insurance once and you could possibly end up with a larger fund.

The good thing is that there are now companies which can help with making a lost super search so you do not have to get confused trying to do it yourself. One such company is Aussie Super Finder and they provide a useful set of services. They will help you to look for a single lost super fund or multiple one's going back as far as 21 years but charge no upfront fee. They will then consolidate all of your funds into one easy to manage fund for you after checking that their choice of fund will be beneficial to you. If you decide to go ahead with their recommendations, they will then charge you a fee for organising these changes for you. It will mean that they will be able to simplify everything for you and reveal funds that you had no idea that you had. This means that you will not only find lost super but you will end up with a fund that is much simpler for you to manage.

It is really easy to start with Aussie Super Finder as well. You just fill in your contact details on their website along with your tax file number. Once you agree to their privacy policy, they will then be able to start searching on your behalf. You could find that you had all sorts of chunks of money that you did not know about, that you can now consolidate into one fund and add to until you need it.

It is therefore worth taking a look at their website to find out more about how they can help you. You will find that their website is really easy to use and there is enough information on there for you to be able to decide whether you think this approach is the right one for 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.