Get Your Super Back
We Specialise in Superannuation Refunds
- Get your super back by international wire transfer
- Pay nothing until your super funds are released
- 15% fee, even for low refund amounts
Flat $300 fee for refunds over $2,000
The Super Situation
If you have left Australia after working here on a temporary visa and your visa
has expired or has been cancelled, you can apply for your superannuation refund.
As a temporary worker down under, your employer would have been required to
deduct 9% of your earnings as super guarantee contributions and place it in a
super fund of their choosing. The great news is that you are entitled to claim a
refund of the super benefits you’ve stacked up.
At AustralianTax, we do all the hard work to get your super refund back to you. We first complete your application - or applications if you have funds in more than one super - for the Departing Australia Superannuation Payment (DASP). Next, we track down where your super money is, whether it's still in a fund or has been moved to the ATO. Last, we expedite your refund to your bank account. Please note that for us to provide you this service, you must either have a cancelled or expired visa. If your visa is not expired or cancelled, contact the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Citizenship for details on how to do so.
Remember that super payments are subject to tax. In most cases, you
should only expect to receive about two thirds back of the super contributed.
We charge a flat fee based on 15% of your total Superannuation refund amount.
For refunds over $2,000, we limit our fee to $300.