How do I find my superannuation spin number?

You can recognise SPIN codes by their format. They will consist of 3 letters, followed by 4 numbers, followed by 2 letters. For example AustralianSuper is STA0100AU. To find the SPIN number for your superannuation fund, you should be able to locate it after logging into your account.

How do I find my superannuation spin number?

You can recognise SPIN codes by their format. They will consist of 3 letters, followed by 4 numbers, followed by 2 letters. For example AustralianSuper is STA0100AU. To find the SPIN number for your superannuation fund, you should be able to locate it after logging into your account.

What is a super fund spin code?

A SPIN is a unique code used to identify superannuation fund products within the financial services industry and government. SPIN codes are an ATO-approved Unique Superannuation Identifier (USI) for use in SuperStream.

How do I find my superannuation fund name?

Click the Start Lookup button located at the top of the Criteria worksheet. The Name Lookup dialogue box will appear. Provided you are connected to the internet, when you click the Start button a request is sent to Super Fund Lookup for each Fund name listed in Column A.

What’s a USI number?

What is a USI number? USI is an identification number made up of letters and numbers – unique to each student. With a USI, you gain access to an online account that contains details about any nationally recognized training program you have completed after January 1st, 2015.

How do I find my Australian super USI number?

You may be able to find your USI through the Australian government’s Super Fund Lookup page, which hosts a list of super funds. This list, which is updated every day, contains the Australian Business Number (ABN) and the name of the super fund product in addition to the USI.

How do I find a super for a deceased person?

How to make a superannuation Death Benefit claim

  1. Notify the superannuation fund of the death and provide a certified copy of the Death Certificate.
  2. Request the details of the nominated beneficiaries, fund balances and if any other amounts are payable.
  3. Fill out the necessary forms and apply for the Death Benefit payment.

What is USI number superannuation?

The Unique Superannuation Identifier (USI) is used in SuperStream to uniquely identify an APRA fund and/or its superannuation product which an employee (member) is contributing to.

What is my MLC USI number?

MLC Superannuation Fund’s USI Number is 40022701955012.

How do I find my unique superannuation identifier USI?

How do I find my super fund’s USI? The USI can often be found on your annual super statement or super fund’s website. It is typically provided in the super funds’ Letter of Compliance or in its Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). A super fund may have only one USI or it may have a USI for each super product.

How do I Find my superannuation fund USI?

You can obtain fund USI details from your service provider, the superannuation fund or via Super Fund Lookup. The USI has replaced the superannuation product identification number (SPIN) which was previously used by some funds as a product identifier.

How do I monitor my superannuation?

You can monitor your super with a myGov account linked to ATO online services, it is a fast and simple way to manage your super, you can find out more at www.ato.gov.au/trackyoursuper If you have any queries in regards to a super fund, contact them directly.

What is a USI and spin number?

SPIN (super product identifier number) USI (unique superannuation identifier) Contribution restrictions. By using the Fund USI and SPIN lookup table, employers will also be able to confirm if contribution restrictions exist for a product.

What is ABN super fund lookup?

Super Fund Lookup contains publicly available information about super funds that have an ABN. It includes super funds regulated by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) . The ABN and Super Fund Lookup services have now removed access to the unsecure HTTP get/post protocol.