A great way to help your super grow is to have all of your super in the one place. Save time and money by combining your super into the one account with LGIAsuper.

Why consolidate?

If you have more than one super account – which 45% of all Australians do1 – you’re probably paying multiple lots of fees and insurance premiums. Over time, this can take a big chunk out of your retirement savings.

Combining your super accounts could save you money in fees and a lot of time. After all, it’s easier to keep track of your super when it’s all in the one place!

Transfer other super to LGIAsuper

If you know where your other super is you can roll it into your LGIAsuper account – all it takes is 5 minutes!

Transfer your super

Find lost super

You may have lost track of some of your super if you’ve ever changed your name, address or job.

Find lost super

Take LGIAsuper with you to a new job

A new job doesn’t have to mean a new super fund. If you leave local government (or any other employer) you can remain an LGIAsuper member and arrange for your new employer to contribute to LGIAsuper.

Take LGIAsuper with you

1. Australian Tax Office, Australians losing thousands in super fees annually: ATO, December 2015