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Australian Retirement Trust USI number and ABN

If you've just joined us or have recently changed jobs, your employer may ask you to give them our USI number, ABN and other fund details.

To make it easier for you, these details including your member number can be sent to your employer in a few minutes via our app or Member Online.

USI number (replaces SPIN)

USI number (replaces SPIN)

60 905 115 063 003

If you have a QSuper account, use the QSuper USI.



60 905 115 063

How to send your ART super account details to your employer

You can send your super details to your employer in one of 3 ways:

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Using our app

Log in to our mobile app and select ‘Changing jobs' and then 'Email form' from the 'More' menu.

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With Member Online

Log in to Member Online to send your pre-filled super form.

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Download a form

Download a form with our fund details to complete later.

Can't find your member number?

Check our guide to see where it is or fill in our online form and we'll find your member number for you.

Where is my member number

Other important information you may need

Fund name: Australian Retirement Trust

Phone: 13 11 84

Fund address: GPO Box 2924, Brisbane QLD 4001

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Australian Retirement Trust Letter of Compliance

Download letter

FAQs about what these numbers mean

USI stands for Unique Superannuation Identifier, and every super fund has one to use as proof of identity when we pay money in or out of members' accounts.

The USI number for super funds was introduced as part of the SuperStream system in July 2014. The Australian Government implemented the SuperStream system as part of the 'Stronger Super' reforms to improve the efficiency of the Australian super system.

Australian Retirement Trust's USI for Super Savings accounts is 60 905 115 063 003. If you have a QSuper account, you will need the QSuper USI instead.

When you change jobs and want to stay with your current superannuation fund, your employer will ask for your fund's USI. We can help by emailing your new employer your ART account details, including the Australian Retirement Trust USI and other details your employer will need.

A letter of compliance is a document that a super fund gives your employer. It says we are a complying resident and regulated super fund and can accept super contributions from your employer.

A letter of compliance is also sometimes called a complying fund statement or a general compliance certificate.

If you use our online form to send your employer your ART account details, we include the letter of compliance for them. If you use the ATO's standard choice form, you'll need to send your employer a copy of our Australian Retirement Trust letter of compliance. You can download the Australian Retirement Trust Letter of Compliance here.

ABN stands for Australian business number. It's a unique identification number with 11 digits, and government departments like the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) use it to identify companies, managed funds, and trusts like a super fund.

Australian Retirement Trust's ABN as a super fund is 60 905 115 063.

SMSFs aren't issued a USI number. Instead, they use their ABN number as an identifier. SMSFs have some additional identifiers that your employer may need if that's where you want your super to be paid. An SMSF will have an Electronic Service Address (ESA) and bank account details, which you may need if you want to make contributions to this type of fund.

Track your super contributions

Log in to Member Online or download our app to check if your employer is paying you super. You can also set up notifications in the app to get an alert when your super payments are made.