Consolidating superannuation funds
Through your working life, you may have been paid superannuation into many different funds. We offer a members service to search for lost super.
If your details have changed, your old super fund may have lost touch with you and transferred your super to the Australian Tax Office (ATO). All we need is your tax file number (TFN) and your permission to search for other super accounts with the ATO.
Find out more about how super works and how to build your super.
Most people go through life switching jobs at least once, if not multiple times.
Whenever you change address, email or phone numbers, make sure you let us know. We’ll keep your details up-to-date and make sure you don’t lose track of your super.
Update my details online - login to your online account.
This is the easiest and quickest way to move all of your super into one account. You can contact either the fund you want to move your money into or your current fund to let them know you want to consolidate your accounts.
Sample returns for 53 My Super funds for the 11 years to 2018. Investments contain risk and returns are not guaranteed.Update my details by phone - Call us on 1300 361 784, 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday AEST/AEDT.When you move to a new job, you can still keep your super with Cbus.And you’ll avoid paying additional fees on multiple super funds.If your new employer has Cbus as its default fund, simply provide your Cbus member number and they’ll take care of the rest.
With your approval, a fee may be charged if a Statement of Advice is produced.