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Have you lost yours?

Australia has over $14.3bn in lost super. And that doesn't even include ATO-held super accounts. So if you've changed jobs, done casual or part-time work, moved house or changed your name, then you could be one of the many Australians who have super accounts waiting to be found.


We can help you track it down and combine it all into your BT Super for Life account so you'll never lose track of it again.


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How can you find it?


1 You open

Apply online with one simple form and a couple of clicks, and we can have your account opened in just a few minutes.

2 We find

As soon as you've opened your account, we can get to work on finding any super accounts you may have lost track of along the way. You don't have to lift a finger, just give us your TFN and consent and our BT super specialists will get to work.

3 We help combine

Visit bt.com.au/easyrollovertool to combine your super in a few, easy steps. There's no need for printing, verifying or running around after your other funds. All you need is your BT Super for Life account number, along with the details of your other funds, and we'll take care of the rest.

Understanding lost super

Your super account will generally be considered 'lost' if:**
  • No contributions or rollovers have been added to your super account in the last year and either your super fund never had an address for you, or mail sent to you by your super fund has been returned unclaimed,
  • or for employer default super plans, no contributions or rollovers have been added to your super account in the last five years.
If your super account is considered lost it could be transferred to the ATO if:
  • your account balance is less than $2000, or
  • your super fund is unable to identify you as the owner of the account based on the information reasonably available to them.

Your super could also be transferred to the ATO in certain other circumstances.

The ATO could also be holding other super amounts for you:
  • such as Super Guarantee amounts paid to them by a previous employer or Government Co-contributions or Low Income Super Contributions paid by the government
  • Another way to find your super is using the ATO SuperSeeker Service.