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Super details to give your employer

Make sure your employer has your super information

Super details to give your employer

Make sure your employer has your super information

What super details do employers need?

If you're using our easy online form, you can send your details straight to your payroll or your boss, and it only takes about a minute.

If you're filling in your employer's form or the ATO's standard choice form, you'll need to give them these details:

Fund ABN: 60 905 115 063

Fund name: Australian Retirement Trust

Fund address: GPO Box 2924, Brisbane QLD 4001

Fund phone: 13 11 84

Unique superannuation identifier (USI): 60 905 115 063 003

Your member number: Log in to Member Online or find it with our online tool.

Letter of compliance: Download

TFN (optional): You should also provide your tax file number (TFN) to both your employer and your super fund. You don't legally have to, but if you do give your TFN, you won't pay more tax than you need to on your super.

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How to find your superannuation member number

If you're with Australian Retirement Trust, you can look up your superannuation member number using Member Online or our online tool.

If you're not with us, you can usually find your superannuation member number or account number on:

Your fund's online member portal
Annual statements
Mobile app

Not sure what super fund you're with?

Don't worry – you can look up your super details online. Log in to myGov, click on the ATO service, then Super.

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What happens if you don't give your super details when changing jobs?

It's worth the effort to keep sending each new employer your super details because otherwise, things get a bit complicated. If you don't tell your new employer what super fund you want them to contribute to, they have to check with the ATO whether you already have a "stapled" super account.

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You already have a super account

Your employer has to pay your super to your "stapled" super account – unless you choose a different fund and let your employer know. If you already have more than one account, the ATO chooses which fund gets stapled to you.

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You don't have a super account

You have a choice: Choose a super fund and let your employer know the details, or let your employer create an account for you with the "default" super fund they've picked.

When you give your employer your chosen super fund details, your employer has 2 months to update their payroll system.

Send your ART details now

Let your employer know you'd like them to pay your super into your Australian Retirement Trust account.

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