You can sort out your super account and have it set and ready to go in a few simple steps.If you’re a new member or you haven’t had a chance to sort out your account yet, here are the key things to consider doing first. To help you sort out your account, make sure you have your VicSuper member number handy, if you don't have it with you, you can easily retrieve it online.
Register for online account management
You can manage most aspects of your VicSuper account online.
- Check your account balance
- View your Annual Statements and mid-year Account Summaries
- Update your personal and banking details
- View and change your investment options
- Find any lost super and combine your other super accounts
- Make a contribution by direct debit or Bpay so you can make after-tax contributions into your account
- Claim a tax deduction for personal super contributions
- Review your insurance
- Nominate a beneficiary
Register now. It’s quick and easy.
Choose an investment optionYour super is your money, ready and waiting for you in retirement. So it’s important that it’s invested the way you want.
We have nine investment options to choose from.
If you don’t choose an investment option when you join, your super is invested automatically in the Growth (My Super) Option.
Read more about choosing and changing investment options.
Consolidate your other super
If you have multiple super funds it’s possible you’re paying multiple sets of fees.
Consolidating your super into one low-cost account could save you on fees and paperwork. That could mean more money in your account, and less time spent trying to keep track of your super.
Find out more about consolidating your super.
Review your insurance
Members who join through their employer usually receive automatic insurance for Death and Total & Permanent Disability once they’ve turned 25 and their account balance has reached $6,000.
Other VicSuper FutureSaver members may be eligible to apply for insurance cover up to the age of 70.
Nominate a beneficiary
Nominating a beneficiary lets you choose who you’d like to receive your super benefit when you die.
There are two ways to nominate a beneficiary:
- A non-binding nomination allows you to nominate who you’d prefer to receive your benefit. We use that as a guide when working out who you super is paid to. You can nominate non-binding beneficiaries by logging in to your account.
- A binding death benefit nomination enables you to decide who will receive your death benefit (provided they are a dependent or legal personal representative). This nomination is legally binding upon the Trustee. To make a binding death benefit nomination you need to submit a witnessed and signed. Make amend or cancel a death benefit nomination form.
If you don’t nominate a beneficiary, trustee discretion applies.
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