If you have a number of super accounts, you're probably paying multiple sets of fees. This can mean a significant difference to your final super balance, not to mention all the time you spend dealing with multiple sets of paperwork.
So it makes sense to consolidate your super into the one account. With all your super money together in one place, it's easier to follow and get a clearer picture of how it's performing.
Plus, by reducing unnecessary fees, you can give your super the power to really grow!
To make it easy for you to consolidate your super, we've created a handy super consolidation form for you to complete, print, date and sign.
And, to be sure you haven't forgotten any of your super accounts, search for your lost super using the ATO's SuperSeeker and print the search results.
If you want to consolidate multiple super accounts into your existing MLC account, please complete one form for each account. The super consolidation form can't be saved, so please print each form once you've completed it.
Please post the form and SuperSeeker results to:
MLC MasterKey Superannuation
PO Box 200
North Sydney NSW 2059
If you have any questions, please call us on 132 652 between 8am and 6pm (AEST/AEDT), Monday to Friday.
For the most appropriate strategy suited to you, you should talk with your financial adviser who may also be able to provide you with information on other smart ways to manage your super. If you don't have a financial adviser and would like us to put you in touch with one, please call us on 132 652.
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