Mercy Super is authorised by law to ask for your TFN. You do not have to provide it but if you don’t, you may end up paying more tax than you need to when you make contributions or access your benefit.
When we have your TFN we will only use it for lawful purposes based on current legislation. We may pass your TFN to any other super fund or account to which your super is transferred in the future, unless you request in writing that this is not to be done.
By providing your TFN:
Choosing to withhold your TFN is not an offence. However, if you don’t provide your TFN:
In some circumstances, you may be able to claim back this additional tax, however time limits, fees and other rules may apply.