Build your super

Make your super work for you
Make your super work for you

Compulsory super means that most people these days have superannuation. But the reality is that for many of us, compulsory super won’t provide enough for us to live the retirement lifestyles we want. 

The good news is there are a lot of ways to top up your super and make it work harder for you.

Compulsory super means that most people these days have superannuation. Find out how compulsory superannuation guarantee contributions work and how much you should get.
  • Adding extra
    Adding extra

    Build your super faster. Make salary sacrifice or after-tax personal contributions to add extra to your super.

    Build your super faster. Make salary sacrifice or after-tax personal contributions to add extra to your super.
  • Government co-contribution
    Government co-contribution

    You could be eligible for an injection of up to $500 into your super from the Government.
    Stop paying multiple sets of fees. Consolidate your super into one low-cost account.
  • Self-employed contributions
    Self-employed contributions

    Self-employed? Find out how you can keep contributing to super and maybe even receive a tax deduction.
    Self-employed? Find out how you can keep contributing to super and maybe even receive a tax deduction.
  • Super for your spouse
    Super for your spouse

    Making super contributions for your partner or splitting your super with them helps them save and can have tax advantages for you.
    Making super contributions for your partner or splitting your super with them helps them save and can have tax advantages for you.