Consolidating superannuation form

02-Mar-2019 01:50

Consolidating these into one account is the first step in taking control.

It is a great way to save the super you already have, and reduce the hassle of having too much paperwork to look after.

While the money is safe it isn’t accruing interest or growing, meaning it’s not working as hard for you as it should.According to the Australian Tax Office (ATO) around 43% of all working Australians have more than one superannuation account.* If you are one of them you’re probably paying multiple sets of fees which could be eating away at your super savings.Figures revealed by the ATO also show that Australians pay 2 a year on average in fees and charges for a low cost account.** According to the Australian Tax Office (ATO) around 43% of all working Australians have more than one superannuation account.* If you are one of them you’re probably paying multiple sets of fees which could be eating away at your super savings.You wouldn’t pay more than one newsagent to deliver your paper, so why pay more than one super fund to deliver value on your retirement savings?Research from consumer group CHOICE in July 2010 show that the average Australian has three super accounts.

While the money is safe it isn’t accruing interest or growing, meaning it’s not working as hard for you as it should.According to the Australian Tax Office (ATO) around 43% of all working Australians have more than one superannuation account.* If you are one of them you’re probably paying multiple sets of fees which could be eating away at your super savings.Figures revealed by the ATO also show that Australians pay 2 a year on average in fees and charges for a low cost account.** According to the Australian Tax Office (ATO) around 43% of all working Australians have more than one superannuation account.* If you are one of them you’re probably paying multiple sets of fees which could be eating away at your super savings.You wouldn’t pay more than one newsagent to deliver your paper, so why pay more than one super fund to deliver value on your retirement savings?Research from consumer group CHOICE in July 2010 show that the average Australian has three super accounts.To transfer your existing cover, please complete and return the Transfer of insurance cover form [PDF88KB].