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Take Mercy Super with you

It’s simple. All you need to do is complete a Choice of superannuation fund form with your details and hand it to your employer.

Don’t have a form? Use ours.

If you don’t have a Choice of superannuation fund form you can use ours. It’s attached to our Leaving your employer fact sheet. You just need to insert your details including your Mercy Super member number which you can find on any recent correspondence (or by contacting us).

If your employer has provided you with the ATO’s Superannuation Standard choice form

You’ll need the following details to complete Section A of this form:

Fund ABN

11 789 425 178

Fund phone

1300 368 891

Your member number

Insert your Mercy Super member number which you can find on any recent correspondence (or by contacting us)

Fund name

Mercy Super

Unique super identifier (USI)

11 789 425 178 001

Website

mercysuper.com.au

Fund address

PO Box 8334, Woolloongabba, QLD, 4102

Your account name

Insert your name

Some employers may also require a copy of our complying fund statement – you can download it here.

 

 

 

1 Subject to eligibility and acceptance limits. Refer to our Insurance in your super guide.

Queensland Health employees

If you’re starting work with Queensland Health you can arrange for your super contributions to be paid into your existing Mercy Super account – just like hundreds of other Mercy Super members. Queensland Health is one of our core participating employers which means your new employment details can be used as the basis for your Mercy Super insurance cover.

If you want to benefit from any increases in your insurance cover as a result of your new role with Queensland Health without any health evidence1you’ll need to advise Queensland Health to pay your super to your Mercy Super account within 120 days of starting your new role.

To arrange for Queensland Health to pay your super into your existing Mercy Super account you’ll need to use the ATO’s Superannuation Standard choice form. We have a partially competed version with some helpful tips to help you on your way.

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