Remember, limited services apply from 22 April ahead of the APSS merger with Australian Retirement Trust on 30 April.

If you've had more than one job, it's more than likely you may have more than one super account. Having more than one super account usually means paying multiple sets of fees and charges, extra paperwork, and greater difficulty in keeping track of your super.

Combining your super accounts can be a fast and easy way to boost your retirement savings. Use the Transfer other super into the APSSOpens in new window form to get started, or call SuperPhone on 1300 360 373 today to help you get your super sorted. You can also go to the the ATO's websiteOpens in new window and use a myGovOpens in new window account linked to the ATO to search for any lost super accounts or unclaimed super you may have.

Before rolling your accounts over though, it's important to consider any exit fees, changes to your insurance cover or loss of benefits that may result from closing your other super accounts.

There are no fees charged by APSS to transfer super into your APSS account.