Money into my super
Money into my Superannuation
Making contributions into your super account.To ensure long-term security and a nice nest egg on retirement, it’s important to make the most out of your superannuation account – one of the ways you can do this is by putting money into your super in the form of a contribution.
A ‘contribution’ is a deposit of money into your super account. The money can come from your employer, you or your spouse, other super funds and sometimes the government.
How can I add extra money to my super account?
- Personal (after tax) contributions
- Salary sacrifice (before tax) contributions
- Employer contributions
- Super Co-contribution
- Spouse contributions
- From other super fund(s) – consolidating your super into one account
- Contribution splitting
How do I track the money that goes into my super account?The easiest way to keep up to date with your contributions is by checking your account regularly using Member Online. Don’t have an online account? You can easily register now.
You can also keep on top of your super when you receive your annual statement or at anytime by calling us on 1300 655 002 (Mon-Fri 8.00am-5.30pm AEST).