We know it’s easy to lose track of old super accounts. But it’s just as easy to bring them together and have them working for you in your Mercy Super account.
You’re not alone. In fact there’s more than $18 billion in 6.3 million lost or unclaimed accounts1 that the ATO is holding. That’s on top of the 40% of Australians who have multiple accounts with different super funds.1 That’s a lot of lost super floating around that could be yours.
You can find and combine your super in just minutes using our FindMySuper tool. You’ll find any lost or other super accounts you move them into your Mercy Super account with just a few clicks.
All you need is your Mercy Super member number and a few personal details you will know off by heart. Just click on the FindMySuper button to get started – it’s that easy.
You can also combine your other super using Member Online. Just login using your Member Number and PIN.
Not sure of your Mercy Super member number or PIN? Not a problem. Contact us on 1300 368 891 and we can help you.
Prefer to use pen and paper? Just complete the Easy rollover instructions form and return it to us. We’ll take it from there.
Mercy Super doesn’t charge fees on amounts transferred from other super funds but your other fund may charge exit fees.
Also, if you have any insurance cover in your other funds, it’s likely that this cover will be cancelled when you close your account. So, before you combine your super, you should check you have enough cover within Mercy Super.
Notes: 1. Australian Taxation Office – Super accounts data overview 2017
A new job doesn’t mean you need to go through this again – just take Mercy Super with you to your next job. When you start with your new employer, you can ask for your super to be paid into your Mercy Super account.