Boost your super

It pays to make extra contributions to your super

The key is to take advantage of compound earnings (the returns you receive on your investment returns) by starting with extra contributions as early as possible. Your earnings are reinvested to provide you with more returns, which helps grow your investment over time.

Salary Sacrifice 

Salary sacrifice is where you agree with your employer to make extra payments to your super from your before-tax salary. By making salary sacrifice contributions, you may reduce your taxable income and end up paying less income tax as a result. Learn more...

Personal contributions

Making after-tax contributions can help you boost your super and may help you enjoy a more comfortable retirement. Find out how...

Government co-contribution

Want an extra $500 added to your super? By making an after-tax contribution to your super, you could be eligible to receive a co-contribution from the government. Find out if you're eligible...

Self-employed contributions

Super is a great way to a financially secure retirement for the self-employed. As an incentive for paying yourself super, you may be eligible to claim a tax deduction on your contributions. Find out more...

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