Restart your super in 3 easy steps
Usually you can decide where your super goes. But if you don’t you don’t make a choice, your employer will! This may leave you with multiple funds, paying multiple set of fees and with multiple insurance covers.
If your employer is currently making regular contributions to another fund, you should consider if any insurance you have with this other fund will be affected.
Let your employer know you'd like them to pay your super into your Sunsuper account
Already started the ATO's Superannuation (super) standard choice form?
Some employers may also ask for a ‘Letter of Compliance’ or ‘Complying Fund Statement’. This is to confirm Sunsuper is a complying fund and an authorised MySuper product.
Just need a blank form?
If your employer doesn't give you a standard choice form, you can download and complete the Selecting Sunsuper form instead. Both forms serve the same purpose - to let your employer know where you'd like your super paid.
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Do you have money elsewhere?
Now that you’ve chosen to have your employer contributions paid to Sunsuper you should consider combining your super from other accounts into your Sunsuper account. You can combine your super into Sunsuper easily online.
Make sure you consider any exit fee your other fund may charge, as well as your total level of insurance cover (any insurance is normally cancelled when you roll out of a super fund).