Your employer is expected to contribute a minimum of 9.5% of your salary to your super. But, did you know that it doesn't have to stop there? There are many ways you can boost your super, starting now.
two ways you can boost your super
do it before you're taxed
Best for: people who earn over $50,000
Main benefit: pay less tax
Ask your employer to set up salary sacrifice directly from your pay. It won’t go into your bank account so you shouldn’t miss it.
Do it after you've been paid
Best for: people who earn under $50,000
Main benefit: free money from the government
Make recurring payments into your super by setting up a direct debit from your bank account once you've already been paid.
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