Moved house? Changed jobs? Don’t know where your teenage self stashed your super? It’s easy to track it down.
Consider Combining it
Save on fees, reduce your paperwork, keep track of your hard earned money, grow your retirement fund. But seek professional financial advice first to make sure combining is beneficial for you.
Ask your financial adviser
Many websites offer to help find and combine your super. It is quick, easy and free. You can ask your financial adviser for help, check with your known superannuation provider or the Australian Tax Office.
A professional financial adviser can help you find an appropriate superannuation fund that will grow your hard-earned income ready for your retirement – and the sooner you get on top of this, the better!
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