- Executive remuneration disclosure proposals for listed companies
- Get Started on Expense Management Today
- Public Sector Reform, Getting the Balance Right
- Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission commenced on 3 December 2012
- Corruption in sport: Do you really know how clean your organisation is?
- Crisis Recovery cover
- Superannuation Tax update: SuperStream
- Superannuation Tax update: SuperSeeker enhancements
- Superannuation Tax Update: Other tax changes effective from 1 July 2012
- 2012-13 Federal Budget update
- Group Protection
- Administration - Clearing House services
- Super system review - Progress to date
- Tax Alert: Queensland miners further targeted in changes to state mining taxes
- Tax Alert: ATO guidance released on margin scheme valuations
- Tax Alert: Superannuation Do's and Dont's
- Queensland State Budget 2012-13
- Tax Alert: “Son of Hold-back" Arrangements
- Tax Alert: Living Away From Home (LAFH) new law and ATO publishes reasonable food allowances
- Indirect Tax Update: October 2012
- Tax Alert: Australia’s new transfer pricing rules – Stage 1
- Transfer Pricing Alert: Stage 2 Reform Exposure Draft Released
SuperSeeker is a new online search tool provided on the ATO’s website.
It allows individuals to view information about their super, making it easy to track, find lost super and move it between super funds. The following information is available via SuperSeeker:
- active accounts - accounts where contributions were made in the last two financial years
- lost accounts - accounts where funds have been unable to contact the member or have not received a contribution for more than five years
- super held by the ATO (i.e. unclaimed amounts)
The service does not display accounts which did not receive a contribution during the previous financial year, however future enhancements will make this information available.
Future enhancement of SuperSeeker will allow an individual to lodge a request with one super fund to transfer the super from another super fund. Also after obtaining the member’s consent, a super fund can use the SuperMatch online facility to find for account information and information about other super monies the ATO holds.