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For many people, relying on employer contributions won't be enough to fund their future dreams. Putting a little extra into super yourself using salary sacrifice can make great sense.
Salary sacrifice involves having your employer pay some of your salary into your super account rather than receiving it as take-home pay.
Putting just a little extra into your super now can make a big difference to the lifestyle you'll have in retirement.
Use our salary sacrifice calculator to see the difference salary sacrifice could make.
Just ask your employer if salary sacrifice is available to you. They can
usually make the arrangements on your behalf.
If you are aged between 65 and 74, you need to complete the 2012-13 work test declaration [PDF 55KB] and return it with your contribution.
It’s worth noting that there are some caps to the amount of salary sacrifice contributions that can be made and any super contributed over the cap amount is subject to extra tax. For example the concessional (including all employer contributions and salary sacrifice) contribution cap is set at $25,000 per year. Find out more about contribution caps.
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