It's never too early or too late to build your super.
Here are some things you could do now to boost your super and retire with more.
Here are seven smart strategies you could use to add to your super.
|Then you may want to...
|Are an employee
|Get more from your pay through salary sacrifice
|Are employed, self-employed or earn a taxable income from other sources (such as investments)
|Add to your super and get a tax deduction by making voluntary deductible contributions
|Have money outside super that you’d like to invest for retirement
|Convert your savings into super savings by making voluntary contributions
|EarnView disclaimer1 less than $57,016View disclaimer1 p.a., of which at least 10% is from your job or business
|Get a super top-up from the Government
|Have a spouse who earnsView disclaimer1 less than $40,000 p.a.
|Boost your spouse’s super and reduce your tax by making spouse contributions
|Are selling business assets
|Convert business capital into retirement savings
|Are aged 55View disclaimer2 or over and plan to sell a residence that you've lived in as your family home
|Upsize your super with downsizer contributions
Disclaimer1 Income threshold applies for the 2022/23 financial year. Further information available at ato.gov.au. Includes assessable income, reportable fringe benefits and reportable employer super contributions. Other eligibility conditions apply. This is the disclaimer text for disclaimer 1
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