Super contributions – types, limits and benefits
There are different types of super contributions with different limits for how much you can contribute. Here’s a quick breakdown.
Tax-deductible super contributions explained
Did you know, you may be able to claim a tax deduction on certain super contributions when you do your tax return?
Are you eligible for a super co-contribution from the government?
If you’re a low to middle-income earner and make a contribution to your super fund, you might be eligible for a co-contribution of up to $500 from the government.
Making downsizer contributions into super
If eligible, older Aussies can put up to $300,000 into their super using the money from the sale of their main residence, regardless of caps and restrictions that otherwise apply.
Spouse super contributions – what are the benefits?
If your other half is a low-income earner, working part-time, or not working at the moment, putting money into their super could create potential opportunities for both of you. Find out what they are.
Salary sacrificing into super – how it works
Salary sacrificing into super involves reducing your take-home pay to put more money away for your retirement. See what you need to know.