Making personal contributions
Personal contributions can be made at any time from your after-tax salary (or your untaxed income if you are self-employed). Making personal contributions may qualify your for the Government Co-contribution or a tax deduction.
If making a contribution electronically, please let us know about it by completing the form below. Alternatively, you can print and complete a paper version of the form and mail it to us (with cheque attached if applicable).
Lump sum payments can be made via cheque (payable to the AvSuper Fund), your employer or direct deposit to our bank account.
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You should also be aware that there are Contributions Limits in place that may limit the level of contributions you may make without tax penalties.
Personal contributions form
Eligibility to make personal contributions
Please note that we can only accept personal contributions if
- we have your Tax File Number (TFN). You can give us your TFN at any time by completing an AvSuper Tax File Notification form.
- your one-off contribution is below the prescribed threshold for voluntary (non-concessional) contributions
- you are under 65 years of age OR are aged 65 to 74 and meet the work test (work 40 hours during consecutive 30 days in the relevant financial year)
Spouse contributions can only be made if your spouse is under 70 and otherwise meets the above criteria.
If we are aware of any of the above criteria not being met, your personal/spouse contributions (or excess contributions) will be returned to you without interest.
Defined Benefit Members
In addition to making contributions to your defined benefit account, you may also make contributions to an accumulation account. Please refer to the guide for Defined Benefit Corporate (full) members for more information.
Member investment choice
Your contributions will automatically be invested according to your previously nominated investment option(s) for future transactions or in the AvSuper Growth (MySuper) option if you haven’t made a choice.