Find your super

If you’ve ever changed jobs, moved house or changed your name, you might have Super you’ve left behind. We’ve made finding your Super easy. In fact, if you’re an existing customer, we’ll do all the work for you!

Find your super in 4 easy steps

There’s around $13 billion worth of lost super, that’s equivalent to over $10001 per working Australian so it’s worth finding out if some of it could be yours!

If you're an existing Suncorp Super customer complete the simple form below and we’ll let you know if we find any super, including lost super. Some funds will be automatically combined into your Suncorp Super account. You can also go online to combine any of your other funds found2. It’s that easy!

What is lost super?  

Not a Suncorp super customer yet? That's ok. See our super accounts

  1. Tell us your details
  2. We do the searching
  3. We let you know the result
  4. We can help you combine your super

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Step 1. Tell us your details

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Or if you are having trouble with your account details, please call 13 11 55

Found in the top right-hand corner of your annual statement cover letter

How much is in your local area?

Enter your postcode and see how much lost and ATO-held super is in your local area.

There is   of lost and ATO-held super in your postcode which is an average of   per account.

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Why combine your Super?

Having multiple accounts means you’re probably paying fees on each one. You might also be paying insurance fees from your super for cover you no longer need. All of this is eating away at your overall super balance.
  • Save costs by paying one set of fees
  • Reduce your paperwork
  • Easily manage your investment mix and keep track of your super
  • Potentially have more money in retirement
Find out more about combining
Assumptions: Assumes investment in a Lifestage Investment Fund of a basic Direct Fund with a $10,000 balance. Insurance fees based on 30-34yr old female everyday worker, $200,000 of insurance cover. Based on todays dollars.