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You can use the Australian Tax Office (ATO) online services through the government’s my Gov web platform for a full view of your super.
Registered users can find ATO-held super, and also view the details of all your super accounts, including any that you may have lost track of or forgotten about.
It could mean saving on account keeping fees and this can potentially make a significant difference to the value of your final super balance when you decide to retire.
Before making a decision to combine your superannuation, you should consider any penalties, change to insurance cover or loss of benefits that may apply and, if necessary, consult a qualified financial adviser.Tax Office figures show that over 14 million Australians have a super fund account and around 45% of these people have more than one super account.Over one in ten have three super accounts and 8% have four or more super accounts.Consolidating your super means transferring over multiple balances into a single super account.This is a process that can involve a bit of paperwork as you need to inform each fund in writing about your plans to consolidate.