Consolidate your super

Losing track of your super is easy to do, especially if you change jobs or move to a new address.

Find and consider consolidating your super

In a few clicks, you can find all your super and consider combining into your CareSuper account. One account, one set of fees. What’s not to love!

You can get started by logging in to your MemberOnline account. All you need to know are the names of the super funds where you have other accounts.*

Not sure where your other super is? No problem. You can find out by logging in to your myGov account.

*Before combining your super into CareSuper you should consider whether this is right for you and check if you will be charged any fees. You should also check the impact on any insurance arrangements (such as loss of insurance) or other benefits.

What happens to my super when I change jobs?

When you start a new job, you can either choose to leave your super in your CareSuper account or you can move it to your new employer’s default fund.

If you’ve changed jobs, it’s easy to tell your employer you’d like to stay with CareSuper. Simply hand them a completed Choice of fund form and continue to enjoy the benefits of our membership while avoiding multiple sets of fees.

How can I transfer my super into one account?

Moving jobs can mean your super is spread amongst different accounts, but it’s easy to move it all to one place. This means one account and one set of fees.

With a quick search we can help you find and consolidate all your super— log in to MemberOnline to get started.

Have another question in mind? See our Superannuation FAQs for more.