Having more than one superannuation account could mean paying multiple sets of account keeping fees as well as making your super harder to manage and keep track of.
With just one account to keep track of, you'll have only one set of statements to read and file.
Important information: In calculating historical returns for Australian Super, where only one of the merging funds (ARF or STA) previously offered an equivalent to an option in the new product suite, the returns for that option have been used.
Before requesting a transfer, it's a good idea to check with your other fund/s to determine whether there are any exit or penalty fees for moving your benefit, or other loss of benefits, such as insurance or pension options.
In addition, if your other super fund is untaxed there may be tax implications to consider. Complete the Consolidate with QSuper form, including the details of your other fund 2.