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There is over $20.2 billion of lost super in Australia
 

You could have lost super

According to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), there is a staggering $20.2 billion* in lost and unclaimed super.  Some of this could be yours.
 

Why is super lost?

If you’ve moved house, changed jobs or your name and didn’t notify your super fund, you’re one of many Australians who have lost track of their super.
 

When is your super lost?

Your super account is considered ‘lost’ by the ATO if:

  • You have been a member of the super fund for more than two years and your account has not received any contributions within the last five years
  • Your super fund has lost contact with you, or
  • Mail sent by your super fund is returned unanswered twice.

 

Search for your lost super now

If your super account is lost it could be listed on the ATO's Lost Members Register. This is a list of people whose super funds have been reported to the ATO as lost.

The ATO offers a free service called SuperSeeker which searches the Lost Members Register and other tax records to reunite you with your lost super. You need to provide your:

• name
• date of birth
• Tax File Number (TFN)

 

Search for your lost super now using SuperSeeker

 

Consolidate your lost super into REST and you can start to reap the benefits today!

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* Commissioner of Taxation Annual Report 2010/11

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Page last updated on: 23 Sep 2013

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