Growing your super

To maximise your super in the aim of having enough money to fund your retirement, you need to add money to your super account.

Super is a long term investment and while investment returns are an important aspect of growing your super, it is important to take action to ensure your super grows sufficiently to reach your financial goals.

CONTRIBUTE

Make personal contributions as it all helps – and up to $1,000 could earn you a Government co-contribution (eligibility rules apply)

SIMPLIFY

Moving super into one account may save on fees, time and paperwork – of course, consider exit fees and the loss of member benefits

SACRIFICE

Salary sacrifice is a tax effective option for many people – the money is contributed from your pay pre-tax before you can spend it!

SPOUSE

Making contributions into your account may entitle your spouse to a tax offset of up to $540 – or you could try for the offset

CHOOSE

Choose an investment option to suit your needs then review it periodically (forgetting to allow for changed circumstances can have a big impact over time)

SPLIT

Employer contributions in your spouse’s account can be split (moved) into your account at the end of any financial year

Live Chat Support Software

Phone 1800 805 088 (Free call)
Email:
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