Find your lost super

Find your lost super

According to the ATO, there is over $3 billion in lost or unclaimed super1 – some of which could be yours.

By searching for any lost super and bringing it all together into your OnePath super account, you could give your super balance a valuable boost and have comfort in knowing that all your hard earned super savings are working towards your retirement. Here’s how to do it.


Follow these 3 easy steps to find your lost super

Step

1

Search for lost accounts

Use the ATO’s SuperSeeker quick search by entering your tax file number (TFN), name and date of birth. You can even create a login to check your current super account and find any ATO held super. If you find any lost accounts, record the name of the super fund and your member number.

Step

2

Fill in a Rollover Form

Fill in a Rollover Form for Integra Super, Corporate Super or OneAnswer to move your lost super accounts into your OnePath account. Make sure you provide certified ID for each fund you rollover, visit our Bring all your super together page for more details.

Step

3

Send us your forms

Send your completed form(s) and certified ID(s) to:
OnePath Life Limited
Reply Paid 5113
Sydney NSW 2001

Important:
By consolidating your super accounts, you may incur additional fees or you may lose your insurance benefits from your existing provider(s). You should discuss any potential super strategies with your financial adviser.

View the short video below to discover more about why you should find your lost super.

 

 

Why bring all your super to OnePath?

Having your super with OnePath means you have access to :

  • a wide selection of investment funds
  • comprehensive insurance options
  • competitive fees
  • access to your exclusive member benefits program, InvestorBenefits.

You also have confidence from investing with ANZ's specialist wealth management business.

1. Reuniting people with their lost and unclaimed superannuation, The commissioner of Taxation Annual Report 2010-11, http://www.ato.gov.au/

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