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Personal contributions

How does it work?

If you have money outside super that you want to invest for retirement, you may want to make an after-tax super contribution.

May be suitable if…

You have surplus cashflow or savings.

What are the benefits?

  • Grow your super.
  • Pay less tax on investment earnings: earnings in super are taxed at up to 15%, instead of your marginal tax rate up to maximum of 47%¹Read disclaimer.

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Important things to consider

1. Includes Medicare levy. 


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