Changing jobs

A new job doesn’t have to mean a new super fund. You can stay with LGIAsuper wherever you work.

Most employers anywhere in Australia can contribute to LGIAsuper even if they have a different default super fund. And you’re usually not obligated to join the default fund used by your new employer.

So to reduce your super fees and avoid the hassle of managing multiple accounts, you can arrange for your new employer to pay contributions into your existing LGIAsuper account.

How can my new employer contribute to LGIAsuper?

It’s easy. Simply download and complete the I choose LGIAsuper form with your details and hand it to your payroll area. If your current fund requires it, you may also need to provide a compliance letter from LGIAsuper, which you can also download below.

Download the 'I choose LGIAsuper' form

Download compliance letter


Your employer can register with LGIAsuper as a contributing employer (if they haven’t already) by downloading and completing the Participating employer registration form (M19) below and returning it to us. Once registered your employer will receive an employer number and can use this to contribute to LGIAsuper via a range of convenient payment methods. .

Download the 'Employer Registration' form (M19)
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Changing jobs? Take us with you

Just because you change jobs, doesn’t mean you need to change super funds. Download and complete our ‘Super fund nomination’ form to take your LGIAsuper account along too.

Download the 'I choose LGIAsuper' form
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