Why combine with Sunsuper?
Sunsuper’s 1.4 million members belong to a fund that’s dedicated only to them.
How to consolidate your super funds
Before consolidating your super, consider the potential loss of insurance and other benefits that you may have with your existing fund. Also, think about where your future employer contributions will be paid.
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Provide your own fund details
If you already know the details of your other super funds and just want to consolidate them with Sunsuper, you can do that too.
You'll just need your Tax File Number (TFN) and for each of your other super funds, your member number and the fund's USI number. You can find your member number on a statement or another communication from the fund and their USI number from their website.
Complete paper form
If you prefer, you can download and complete the paper form. Please return it via post or email.
Not a Sunsuper member? No worries!
You can still consolidate your other super into Sunsuper, but you’ll need to become a member first. Join our 1.4 million members and feel the strength of Sunsuper. Joining takes less than 5 minutes.
1 Correct as at 27 May 2020, Australian Taxation Office.
2 The Balanced option for Super-savings accounts has identical investments to the Balanced Pool in Sunsuper’s default investment option, the Lifecycle Investment Strategy. Members invested in the Lifecycle Investment Strategy are invested 100% in the Balanced Pool until age 55. Warning: Past performance is not a reliable indication of future performance.
3 Percentage based fee applies to the first $800,000 of account balance only (if balance is over $800,000 a nil percent Administration fee applies to the balance over $800,000). Does not include investment fees and costs. For balances under $6,000 on products offered a maximum 3% fee cap applies, inclusive of administration fees, investment fees and indirect costs.