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Lost Super

There are billions of dollars of lost super at the Australian Taxation Office.

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has estimated that there is some $7.1 billion worth of lost super waiting to be claimed. Some of this could be yours!

Our Flexible Lifetime Super Easy is a straightforward super account for individuals wanting a simple-to-understand and affordable super account that can be accessed online and provides the chance to find and consolidate existing super accounts and cut back on fees.

To assist you in finding lost super, we will conduct regular searches for lost super on your behalf. To do this, we will send personal information such as your full name, date of birth, address, and tax file number (if held) to the ATO.

We believe that information on possible entitlement to lost super is relevant to the vast majority of our customers. However if for any reason you do not want us to conduct a search on your behalf, please let us know by email or phone within 30 days of receiving this Annual Report.

We will use your name in the search process as it appears in our records. If you want the search conducted using a previous surname, send an email to us, with your member number, previous name, and current name.

Your information will be matched against the ATO databases of the lost member register, unredeemed superannuation guarantee and the superannuation holding account reserve.

If lost super monies are found for you, we will mail the results to you. If no match is made, you will not receive a notification from us and you should assume that no super monies were found for you.

What you need to know

Any advice on this page regarding lost super or other matters is provided by AMP Life Limited, ABN 84 079 300 379, AFSL No. 233671 (AMP Life) and does not take into account your personal objectives, financial situation or needs. Accordingly you should consider how appropriate the advice is to those objectives, financial situation and needs before acting on the advice and, before acquiring any financial product, you should read the relevant product disclosure statement.