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Still have multiple super accounts?

Apart from making it easier to manage your super savings, gathering up any multiple accounts you may have (called consolidating) and rolling them over into your Nationwide Super account means you could end up paying a lot less in fees.

OUR TIP: You should take into account any exit fees you may be charged by other funds and the loss of any insurance cover held in other accounts when looking at consolidating.

We can make it easy too!

The Nationwide Super team know how to take the hassle out of the consolidation process – just choose the option that suits you best!

1. Online with MemberAccess

After logging in to MemberAccess, click on the ‘Consolidate Super’ tab, and follow the few simple steps – you’ll need to know the name of your other fund/s and the member/account number there.

If you don’t already have a MemberAccess account, it only takes a couple of minutes to register online.

2. Over the phone – call 1800 025 241

We can also help you consolidate your super accounts into Nationwide Super over the phone. You will just need to know the name of the other fund/s and your member/account number there.

3. Use your myGov account

Even the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) wants to help make it easier to combine your super – especially for people who lodge their tax returns online, using myTax. You will first need to register for a myGov account, then link it to the ATO.

When lodging your return, or at any other time, you can choose to ‘manage your super’, which includes searching for any super accounts the ATO can identify with your details, then request a rollover to the fund of your choice.

Visit for more information on myGov accounts and how to use them.

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