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If you're self-employed you can claim a tax deduction on the money you pay into super. It’s a great way to make the most of your self-employment and ensure you are building a future for yourself.
You are eligible for tax breaks if you:
You can make a personal contribution on a regular or one-off basis, in a number of ways, depending on which is easiest for you:
Other options if you’re self-employed
Depending on your total income, you may be entitled to a Government co-contribution if you make a voluntary after-tax contribution for which you do not intend to claim a tax deduction.
You will be eligible if:
If you’re not sure which type of contribution is best for you, just call our Member Advice Centre (MAC) on 13 11 84.
It's worth noting that there are some caps which limit the amount of after-tax contributions that can be made and any super contributed over the cap amount is subject to extra tax. But these caps are fairly high. For example, the non-concessional (after-tax) contribution cap is set at $150,000.00 per year. Find out more about contribution caps.
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