Where do I find my Sunsuper USI number?

Important numbers

  1. Fund ABN: 98 503 137 921.
  2. Fund name: Sunsuper Superannuation Fund.
  3. Fund address: Sunsuper, GPO Box 2924, Brisbane QLD 4001.
  4. Fund phone: 13 11 84.
  5. Unique Superannuation Identifier (USI): 98 503 137 921 001.

What is my Member account number Sunsuper?

Find it on Sunsuper correspondence You can find your Sunsuper member number on most pieces of correspondence you receive from us.

What is Sunsuper bank account?

Super-savings account in a nutshell If you’re eligible, you’ll receive Death and/or Total & Permanent Disability Assist cover automatically when you join Sunsuper. When you retire, you can withdraw your money, or you can open an Income account and receive regular payments.

How do I find my superannuation account number?

You can manage your super using ATO online services through myGov. This enables you to: view details of all your super accounts, including lost or unclaimed amounts….To find and manage your super using ATO online services:

  1. log in or create a myGov account.
  2. link your myGov account to the ATO.
  3. select Super.

What is a USI number?

The USI is a reference number made up of ten numbers and letters. It’s free, easy to create and stays with you for life. You’ll need a USI if you are a: new or continuing student undertaking nationally recognised training. higher education student in a Commonwealth supported place or graduating in 2023 and beyond.

Is member number and account number the same for superannuation?

30 Member account number Provide the member’s account number. The account number is allocated by a provider to identify a member’s account in the fund.

What is your member number?

Your Member Number identifies your membership as a whole, while an Account Number is a unique 14-digit number assigned to a specific account. Each account type (checking, savings, loan) will have a different Account Number. The Credit Union’s routing number is 271992400.

How do I pay into my sunsuper account?

Payment options

  1. Use Employer Online to pay by direct debit or BPAY®
  2. Use the Sunsuper clearing house to pay multiple super funds via EFT, BPAY®, direct debit or direct to fund.

Who must use SuperStream?

SuperStream is a standard for processing superannuation data and payments electronically. It must be used by employers, self-managed super funds and APRA-regulated funds.

What is my super account?

What are MySuper funds? MySuper funds act as a default account for people who don’t choose their own super fund when they start a new job. They are designed to be: Simple. You will be put into either a single diversified investment option or a lifecycle option, depending on the fund.

Where can I Find my Sunsuper member number?

Find it on Sunsuper correspondence. You can find your Sunsuper member number on most pieces of correspondence you receive from us. Find it in the “Your guide to super booklet” Find it using our online tool. If we have your email address on file, you can use the online tool to find your member number.

What’s the administration fee for a Sunsuper account?

Super funds can charge their members administration fees as a fixed amount per week, month or year, and/or as a percentage of the member’s balance. Sunsuper’s weekly administration fee is among the lowest you’ll find. You can see how we compare with other funds using the independent comparison tool AppleCheck .

What happens to my Sunsuper account when I change job?

When you change jobs, and want to stay with your current superannuation fund, your employer will ask for your fund’s USI. Sunsuper can help you by emailing your new employer a pre-filled form that includes our USI and other details your employer will need to continue paying your super into your Sunsuper account.

How to get in touch with Sunsuper when overseas?

If you have any questions or concerns, we’re here to help. Call us on 13 11 84 or +617 3121 0700 when overseas. Send your letters to Sunsuper, GPO Box 2924, Brisbane QLD 4001 or email us. Want to know our ABN or fund details? Find them here too.