Make extra contributions in so many super ways
You can add extra money to your super account in different ways at any time. Your employer, and even the federal government, can also add money to your super. If you want a tree change or sea change, plan ahead now.
HOW TO DO IT
Transfer your money from other super accounts
We make consolidating your super simple with our quick paperless online process.Consolidate Super
You can choose to save more by making salary sacrifice payments – putting more of your pre-tax salary into super. Try the MoneySmart calculator to see the difference it can make over your working life.Visit the calculator
If you think you’ve lost track of some super, you can get things back in order within seconds with the myGov website.Visit myGov
If you put extra money into your super (after tax) and, if you are eligible, the government will make a co-contribution into your account.
Split concessional contributions with your spouse.
Spouse and Partner Contributions
Help your spouse or partner save for retirement by making contributions for them.
We can provide advice on contributions over the phone at no cost. If you are not salary sacrificing presently and wish to investigate the benefits of doing so, please call our Customer Service Team on 1300 133 177.