Growing your super
There are different ways you can contribute to your super to grow you and your family's retirement savings and to save on tax. Learn about the benefits and the limitations of boosting your super.
Before tax contributions
By adding to super from your before-tax salary, you could reduce your taxable income and reduce your tax bill, while growing your retirement savings. Take a look at the benefits, caps and how to salary sacrifice.
After tax contributions
Adding to super from your take-home pay or personal savings, after income tax has been paid. Take a look at the benefits, caps, how to make contributions & what to do if you decide to make a tax deduction.
Spouse contributions & contribution splitting
Read about the potential tax benefits of making super contributions to your spouse’s super, or splitting certain contributions that have been made to your own account.
Government superannuation co-contribution scheme
The co-contribution scheme means that for every dollar you put into super from your after-tax pay, the government may match it with up to 50 cents. Find out if you’re eligible.
If you're a sole-trader or in a partnership & not employed by someone else, the rules around super are different. Learn more about our Personal accounts.