What are non-concessional contributions to superannuation?

In addition to employer contributions, you may wish to add extra savings to super for a more comfortable retirement. Here’s what you need to know about non-concessional (after-tax) super payments to get started.

When should I rollover my super balance?

By rolling over super spread over several funds and consolidating them into a single account, you may save on fees and taxes.

What is a super re-contribution strategy?

By adopting a super re-contribution strategy whereby you withdraw super and then deposit it in the same or a different super fund later, you may save on tax.

Is superannuation payable on termination payments?

If you’re planning to switch jobs or your employment was terminated for any reason, it’s helpful to understand your rights before deciding on next steps. When it comes to whether your employer must pay superannuation on termination payments, the general answer is no.

Will you get superannuation contributions on workers compensation payments?

Generally, superannuation is not payable when you are on workers compensation. However, there are certain exceptions. Find out more.

What happens to your superannuation when you’re not working?

If you’ve become unemployed, you may be wondering what to do with your superannuation when you’re not working. You may still be able to grow your super.

How to choose a super fund

When you get a job, you can ask your employer to make super contributions to a fund chosen by you based on factors such as its performance and fees.

How to make downsizer contributions to your superannuation?

Making a downsizer contribution can be a good way to grow your superannuation fund if you’re over 65 years and are looking to sell an eligible property. Learn more about downsizer contributions.

What happens to superannuation in the event of bankruptcy?

If the deposits made in your superannuation are legitimate and it is a regulated fund, your superannuation is usually protected in the event of bankruptcy. Find out more.

What does contributing to super imply for business owners?

Business owners should ensure they make super guarantee contributions for eligible employees and maintain super records for five years.