When you’re starting a new job, it might be a good idea to make sure your new employer pays contributions into your existing super account. This will ensure you don’t get an additional super account created for you, with additional administration fees and charges.

Keep in mind

  • Your employer should ask you for the details of your current super fund.
  • They may also request a copy of our Complying Fund Letter.
  • You can download a pre-populated Super Choice form by logging in to FirstNet, our secure online portal.

What you'll need?

• Your account number

• Your tax file number (TFN) 

Task steps

  1. Use your account number to identify the correct form

  2. Read the form instructions carefully and complete the relevant form fields in capital letters using black ink

  3. Print, sign and date the form

  4. Hand the form to your employer

    They will take care of the rest. 


    You’re all done! 
    You can confirm that you’ve successfully taken your super account to a new job by checking with your employer, taking a look at your payslip, or logging in to your Colonial First State account and selecting ‘Employer contributions’. 

What's next


How to consolidate your super?

Consolidating your super into one fund is easy – and it could save you money on fees, reduce your paperwork, and make it easier to keep track of your super savings.


How to find your other super accounts?

Seeing all your super accounts in one place could help you make an informed decision about bringing it all together into one account.

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Things you should know

Avanteos Investments Limited ABN 20 096 259 979, AFSL 245531 (AIL) is the trustee of the Colonial First State FirstChoice Superannuation Trust ABN 26 458 298 557 and issuer of FirstChoice range of super and pension products. Colonial First State Investments Limited ABN 98 002 348 352, AFSL 232468 (CFSIL) is the responsible entity and issuer of products made available under FirstChoice Investments and FirstChoice Wholesale Investments. 


Information on this webpage is provided by AIL and CFSIL. It may include general advice but does not consider your individual objectives, financial situation, needs or tax circumstances. You can find the target market determinations (TMD) for our financial products at  https://www.cfs.com.au/tmd which include a description of who a financial product might suit. You should read the relevant Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) and Financial Services Guide (FSG) carefully, assess whether the information is appropriate for you, and consider talking to a financial adviser before making an investment decision. You can get the PDS and FSG at www.cfs.com.au or by calling us on 13 13 36.