Keeping on top of your super is a good idea - especially since it's likely to become one of your biggest assets by the time you retire.

Here's a list of things you may wish to consider doing to take control of your super today.

Get easy access to your super account info

Keep an eye on your AMP super any time, with access to your account details in My AMP, including the ability to check your super balance, view account activity, view and manage your beneficiaries, set up alerts and notifications.

Check your contact details

Check we have the right contact details for you. It helps us provide you with better service and keep you across any super updates. To view or change your contact details, login to My AMP and click I want to update my personal details.


Provide your tax file number (TFN)

You’re under no obligation to provide your TFN, however, if you don’t, there can be some tax and other implications. Find out more. To provide your TFN, login to My AMP and click I want to update my personal details and select manage your TFN.

Find your super

If you think you could be one of the millions of Australians with more than one super account1, we can help with a free super search. You'll need your AMP super account number, and we’ll notify you when your results are available.


Check your insurance

You could also have access to insurance inside your new super account. It’s a good idea to check if you do have insurance included in your account as it can help you understand how much protection you have. Eligibility rules apply, which means we can’t automatically provide this insurance to you until you’re over 25 years and you have at least $6,000 in your account. If you’d like insurance included, you can request it in the first 120 days of joining your employer. Depending on how your super account has been set-up you may be able to request insurance without needing to answer questions about your health and lifestyle. You can still opt-in for insurance after 120 days, it just means you may need to answer some health and lifestyle questions.

Find out more about insurance inside super and your options

Tell us who you’d like to leave your super to

Beneficiaries are the people who you nominate to receive the money in your super account if you die. Beneficiary nomination types can include binding, binding non-lapsing and non-binding. Nomination types depend on the plan or product. Find out more. To manage your beneficiaries, login to My AMP, select super and click on manage my beneficiaries.

Get clear about your super investments

The money in your super gets invested by your super fund. You can choose your investment options or do nothing and your money will be invested in the default option. The investment options you choose today, and in the future, may impact how much money you retire with. To find out how your super is invested, login to My AMP, select super, click on your super account and then click investment details.

Topping up your super

Making additional contributions to your super now could help you get closer to your retirement goals. There are different types of contributions to consider including after-tax, before-tax or spouse contributions. Limits and conditions apply.


Download the My AMP app

The My AMP app is an easy way to view and manage your super account from your smartphone.

Important information

It’s important to consider your particular circumstances and read the relevant Product Disclosure Statement or Terms and Conditions before deciding what’s right for you. This information hasn’t taken your circumstances into account.

This information is provided by AMP Life Limited. Read our Financial Services Guide for information about our services, including the fees and other benefits that AMP companies and their representatives may receive in relation to products and services provided to you. All information on this website is subject to change without notice.