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Lost Super

By Murray Bourne, 04 Sep 2005

This is like the millions in unclaimed lottery prizes around the world.

Apparently, according to one of the superannuation companies in Australia (Update: company's name is Unisuper - link no longer available),

'there is about $5 billion of "lost" superannuation whose details are held by the Australian Tax Office.'

Hey, if you guys don't want this money and won't miss it anyway, I am happy to provide you with my bank details...

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