How to find out how much superannuation I have – where to start
Ok, so I’ve admitted to myself I have lost total track of my superannuation. I know that because I
- Am between 18 and 70 years of age
- have been payed $450(before tax) or more in a calendar month
- work full time, part time or on a casual basis
I should have some superannuation accumulated. So, now I’m wondering how to find out how much superannuation I have. The first thing I need to do is work out where my super is. Superannuation funds send their members benefit statements every 12 months. So, I need to drag these out the bottom draw and take a look. If I don’t have the latest statement, I’ll contact my fund and ask for one. This is one step in how to find out how much superannuation I have.