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Personal deductible contribution

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Login to or register with Members Online to obtain your biller code. Use the biller code to transfer your contribution directly into your VicSuper account via your bank or credit union’s online or phone banking service.

Number 1Check your bank processing cut-off times to ensure VicSuper receives your contribution by 30 June 2015. We recommend you make your contribution by 26 June 2015 to ensure VicSuper receives your contribution before 30 June 2015.


Cheque

Complete the personal deductible contributions form 

Make a cheque payable to VicSuper.

Send your form and cheque back to VicSuper at GPO Box 89 Melbourne Vic 3001. We reccomend that you send it by 26 June 2016, to ensure we receive it by 30 June 2016.


Icon phoneTo discuss your eligibility or any other general queries, please call our Member Centre on 1300 366 216.

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Icon phoneTo discuss your eligibility or any other general queries, please call our Member Centre on 1300 366 216.

Icon for appointmentTo speak to a financial planner, click here to make an appointment.

  • Cheque contributions at VicSuper advice centres will be accepted only until 4pm on 30 June 2016 to be receipted in the 2015/2016 year.
  • Contributions caps apply to concessional contributions (ie including personal deductible contributions) that you can add to your super each year at the low tax rate of 15% (30% for high income earners). See Step 2 of the personal deductible contributions form for more details.
  • You will receive the Notice of intent to claim or vary a deduction from personal super contributions  form in July which must be completed and returned to us. Upon receiving your form, we will then send you an acknowledgment of receipt which you will need to claim your tax deduction. 
  • If you leave VicSuper, roll over to a VicSuper Flexible Income or make a partial withdrawal from your account before completing the Notice of intent to claim or vary a deduction from personal super contributions form, your deduction may be affected.
  • Cheque contributions at VicSuper advice centres will be accepted only until 4pm on 30 June 2016 to be receipted in the 2015/2016 year.
  • Contributions caps apply to concessional contributions (ie including personal deductible contributions) that you can add to your super each year at the low tax rate of 15% (30% for high income earners). See Step 2 of the personal deductible contributions form for more details.
  • You will receive the Notice of intent to claim or vary a deduction from personal super contributions  form in July which must be completed and returned to us. Upon receiving your form, we will then send you an acknowledgment of receipt which you will need to claim your tax deduction. 
  • If you leave VicSuper, roll over to a VicSuper Flexible Income or make a partial withdrawal from your account before completing the Notice of intent to claim or vary a deduction from personal super contributions form, your deduction may be affected.