Bringing your super together into one account can be one of the smartest ways to give your super a boost – by reducing your number of accounts, there’s a good chance you’ll also reduce your total fees, not to mention reducing the extra paperwork. 

With our online super search tool it's never been easier to search for your super and bring it together – you may even find some lost super you didn’t know about.

Our search tool guides you through the search process and provides results within a few moments. If you find another account, you can then simply click to bring it all together into Accumulate Plus if you wish.

To search, just log into your Accumulate Plus account and click on the ‘Consolidate super’ button on the home page dashboard and it will guide you through the search.

Some of the benefits of bringing your super together into Accumulate Plus include:

  • Potentially reducing the fees you’re paying to keep multiple accounts open
  • We don’t charge you any fees to transfer super into Accumulate Plus (you’ll need to check if an exit or withdrawal fee applies in your other fund)
  • Less paperwork to worry about with all your super in one spot

Something important to consider: Features and benefits such as fees, insurance cover, investment returns, risks and other options may be different in each super fund so you should consider these things before changing funds. For example, you should check how changing funds might affect any insurance cover and if exit or withdrawal fees apply in your other fund.

 

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