What is a registrable superannuation entity?

What is a registrable superannuation entity?

A registrable superannuation entity (RSE) is a regulated superannuation fund or an approved deposit fund or a pooled superannuation trust but does not include a self-managed superannuation fund.

How do I get my superannuation number?

Here’s what you need to complete the form:

  1. The name of your preferred superannuation fund.
  2. The fund’s address.
  3. The fund’s Australian business number (ABN)
  4. The fund’s superannuation product identification number (SPIN)
  5. The fund’s phone number.

Does a Superfund have a TFN?

When you join a superannuation fund, or your employer does on your behalf, you’re asked to provide your Tax File Number (TFN). Employers and super funds request your TFN so they can easily link your contributions, locate accounts you’ve held with other funds, and complete rollovers from other accounts.

What is the ABN number for Australian super?

94 006 457 987
AustralianSuper is a registrable superannuation entity and may be nominated as a default fund, as it meets the minimum statutory insurance cover requirements. The Trustee of the Fund is AustralianSuper Pty Ltd ABN 94 006 457 987 AFSL 233788.

What is hostplus ABN number?

68 657 495 890
Hostplus Superannuation Fund Our Australian Business Number (ABN) is 68 657 495 890. Our Superannuation Fund Number (SFN) is 268 350 944.

How do I find my Australian super number?

How to find your lost super

  1. Create a myGov account at www.my.gov.au, then link the ATO to your account.
  2. If you already have a myGov account, just log in and click on the ATO section.
  3. Go to the ‘Super’ tab. In this section, you can:

How do I find my Hesta number?

Where do I find my member number? You’ll find your member number on your digital member card. If you’ve already registered your email and/or mobile, you can download your card and save it to your phone for easy access. Your member number is also on your HESTA welcome letter or email, statements and e-newsletters.

Do super funds need an ABN?

A self managed super fund, or SMSF, does need to obtain an ABN. This is an Australian business number for a super fund structure which can be obtained, or applied for, when the SMSF is registered with the ATO (the Australian Tax Office).

Do super funds have an ABN?

A superannuation entity must be set up correctly – in line with the superannuation legislation – to be entitled to an ABN. Superannuation entities that can apply for an ABN include: ATO-regulated self-managed super fund (SMSF)

Who needs a superannuation licence?

Who needs a superannuation licence? Under the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993 (the SIS Act), if you intend to operate a registerable superannuation entity (RSE), you must hold an RSE licence issued by APRA.

Can an RSE Licensee Register a superannuation entity?

Only an RSE licensee can register a superannuation entity. A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity. To be eligible you must: submit the approved form with the relevant information state your and the entity’s ABN

What is the APRA superannuation Register?

This is the register of all registrable superannuation entities (RSEs) and RSE licensees regulated by APRA in accordance with the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act.

How do I get an ABN for a superannuation entity?

A superannuation entity must be set up correctly – in line with the superannuation legislation – to be entitled to an ABN. Superannuation entities can apply for an ABN as: ATO-regulated self-managed super fund (SMSF) Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) regulated super fund