Your employer chooses the fund which your Super contributions will go to.
Around the time of employment, you will have received a membership card from the fund with all the necessary information. However, if you misplaced your card and do not remember the name of your super fund, we can locate it for you.
After you leave Austrailia, your super remains in your super fund account for six months.
After six months it is transferred to the Australian Tax Office as unclaimed super.
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You may be able to claim a tax offset of up to $540 if you contributed to a superannuation fund or retirement savings account (RSA) on behalf of your spouse, either married or de facto, who do not work or who receives a low income.
In order to claim the offset, you must meet the following conditions:
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