If you’ve been thinking about rolling over your multiple super accounts, now’s a great time to do so. Roll in before 31 October 2018 and you’ll be put into a draw to win $5000 towards a fabulous holiday!

Easy quick and super exiting!

It’s easy. Simply complete an online form, or download, complete and return a rollover form to us to roll your other super into your GuildSuper. Remember to do so before the 31st of October.

Not sure if you have other super funds? We can help!

In just a couple of minutes our Super Search tool can find any lost accounts you have. Then, if you want you can roll them into your GuildSuper account in just one click.

Log in to Member Online  (you'll need to have your member number and password) to use the Super Search tool, or register here for us to do a search for you.

Why roll in my other super accounts?

By consolidating your super:
  • you can save money on fees by not paying to service funds you don't use
  • you'll also be able to keep an eye on your super a lot easier when it’s in the one place and
  • you'll be able to increase the earning potential of your GuildSuper account by increasing your core funds.

Competition permit number: LTPS/18/24092 ACT Permit No. ACT TP 18/00876

For full terms and conditions click here.

It is important to consider any exit fees, changes to your insurance cover or loss of any benefits and where future employer contributions will be paid before closing any superannuation accounts you may have.
Guild Trustee Services Pty Ltd. ABN 84 068 826 728. AFSL 233815. Trustee for the Guild Retirement Fund (which includes GuildSuper and Child Care Super) ABN 22 599 554 834.  RSE Licence Number L0000611. This document contains general advice only and doesn't take into account what you currently have, want and need for your personal circumstances. It is important for you to consider these matters and read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) before you make a decision about a superannuation product. You can get a copy of the PDS here

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