Making contributions to your super is the first step in growing your account balance to help you save for your retirement. Learn about different ways to contribute as well as tax benefits that can give your super a boost.
How do I make a contribution?
Want to make a contribution to your super? Here are five ways to do it:
(1) Pay office
Contact the payroll office at your employer and inform them that you would like to increase the amount you’re contributing to your super. You can choose to make a one-off lump sum contribution or set up regular payments.
(2) BPAY ®
To make a contribution:
- Quote biller code 444232
- Use your super account number as the customer reference number (CRN)
- Allow up to three business days for processing.
Note: We have a daily limit of $180,000 for BPAY contributions. BPAY is not available for account-based pension members. Employers must submit a contribution remittance advice form so we can correctly allocate contributions to member accounts.
®Registered to BPAY Pty Ltd ABN 69 079 137 518.
(3) Direct debit
Complete a direct debit release form to arrange monthly after-tax contributions paid from your nominated bank account directly into your super account. Debiting generally occurs on the 10th of each month.
EFTPOS terminals are available at all Australian Catholic Superannuation offices so you can make a personal after-tax contribution from your savings, credit or cheque accounts.
Post or hand-deliver a cheque with a completed lump sum contributions form.