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Findsuper helps you locate your lost and forgotten super funds.

Superannuation savings can be held in many different types of super funds. You have different investment options to invest your fund into; it all depends on your need and risk taking ability.

With the aim of tracking your super and saving you from different costs that you incur on your different super accounts, we provide consolidation of your different super accounts into the super fund of your choice. We guide you and let you invest in different kinds of super funds.

Our process is simple:

  • Step 1: Complete our online enquiry form Make an Enquiry

  • Step 2: We will contact you within 24 hours to obtain other vital information so that we can begin our search for any lost or forgotten super funds that you may have.

  • Step 3: We will contact you and discuss the consolidation process which typically takes up to 14 days

Your search for your super finishes with us; apply for superannuation, today.

About Us

The team at find super has been helping Australians locate their lost and forgotten funds for many years now. We strive to locate funds that were previously lost due to change of job, change of address and in some cases change of name.

The Australian government have recently estimated that 20 billion of super money is either lost or forgotten by Australians all of which are paying unnecessary fees.* Dont let this be yours!!

Our aim is to understand your current situation and identify your financial goals, then formulate a plan to help you get there. For more information please read our FSCG

* Source www.ato.gov.au

Consolidating super funds

Ever thought about finding all your Lost super but haven’t as you thought it was too hard and confusing. How many super statements did you receive this year? Do you find it hard to keep track of your super accounts? Have you lost some of your super over the years?

Approximately $130 million in fees are paid every year on unclaimed superannuation funds. Consolidation of your funds (where appropriate) has the major benefit of reducing fees paid and increasing the potential to maximise your final retirement amount.

The benefits of putting several small super fund accounts into one account are:

  • Potentially reducing costs by paying only one set of fees. Most funds charge an annual fee that’s eats away at your balance.
  • To reduce your paperwork.
  • To make it easier to keep track of your super.

When researching consolidation of super funds, each individuals needs must be taken into consideration and products must be researched thoroughly to ensure there is no loss of benefit to the client.

 

About Find Super

About Find Super

The team at Find Super are dedicated to assisting you with locating  your lost or inactive superannuation, reviewing and then providing you with a plan to reach your financial goals. 

 

People are often aware they have multiple accounts, but do not have the time or inclination to try to sort it out. www.findsuper.com.au was formed to do just this - locate research and advise on the best solution for your superannuation that will help meet your retirement needs.

The main reason people lose track of their super is through switching jobs or moving address. This results in:

  • Paying multiple sets of fees
  • Planning implications – different super funds have different investment strategies
  • Paperwork – where are all your superannuation statements? Are they up to date?
  • Insurance – many people have multiple life insurance policies in their super that have never been reviewed
  • Potential tax implications.

These are just a few issues that may arise if you dont take control of your lost funds today.

Superannuation is important, so why not take the time to send in your details through to us. Let one of our team members assist you today in having control over your retirement.

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