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Many Australians have lost touch with their superannuation funds and do not know how or when to claim them or how they may be consolidated with their current fund. It is relatively easy to search for your funds either in the SuperSeeker database, maintained by the Australian Taxation Office or at the Unclaimed Super website maintained by AUSfund.
One other way of locating lost superannuation is by contacting the fund directly or via a previous employer. Also bear in mind that after an account holder reaches the retirement age (65) unclaimed Super funds no longer reside with any holding agency, but are turned over to the State where the original fund is based. It is then the responsibility of that State to maintain the funds.
A widely recommended tracing service
Our associated organisation deListed has for many years provided a Lost shares Lost money service for a small fee. This service is widely recommended in the investment community and is of relevance to people who have changed address, changed jobs, got married (or divorced), invested in shares, contributed to superannuation, taken out a life policy, owned a home, opened a bank account, lived in rented accommodation or had a relative pass away. deListed has access to significant sources of funds that are not available to the public via searchable public databases.