Salary sacrifice or after-tax? Which one for me?

This depends on whether your employer offers you the option to make salary sacrifice contributions into your super.

If your employer does not, then you can always make after-tax contributions into your super account. And if you wish, you can claim a tax deduction on any after-tax contributions you make.


3 easy ways to make contributions

BPAY

BPAY
Make one-off or regular after-tax contributions from your bank account.

Use BPAY biller code: 40865 and the BPAY Reference Number on your last statement or digital card or from Member Online.

Download form PAYROLL DEDUCTIONS
The easiest way to make regular salary sacrifice or after-tax super contributions.

Download, complete and hand the Payroll deduction form to your employer OR send your employer an email.
Cheque CHEQUE
Make one-off, lump sum after-tax contributions.

Download, complete and send the Personal Contribution form to us along with your cheque.
 

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Salary sacrifice or after-tax contributions?

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Contribute by payroll deduction

Email your employer
 

Payroll Deduction Form

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