Learn about the different ways you can boost your super balance.

After-tax contributions

After-tax
contributions

Got some spare money that you
have paid tax on? Put it into your
super and you may be able to
claim a tax deduction.

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Government co-contribution

Government
co-contribution

If you are a low to middle-income
earner and make an after-tax
contribution to your super, you
may be eligible for a government
co-contribution of up to $500.

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How much can I salary sacrifice

Salary
Sacrifice

Making regular pre-tax contributions
is one way you can build your
superannuation balance and
potentially save on taxes.

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Contribution splitting

Contribution
splitting

You can split your pre-tax
super contributions to help
boost your partner’s super
balance and possibly save
yourself some tax.

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Spouse contributions

Spouse
contributions

Contributing to your spouse’s
super can help grow their
retirement savings while
potentially enabling you to
receive a tax offset.

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Consolidate

Consolidate
your super

Combining your super
accounts will enable you to
grow your super faster as you
are paying less fees and costs.

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Calculator

Super projection
calculator

This calculator can help estimate
how long you can expect your
super to last after you retire. 

Calculate 

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