Couples - make super work for the two of you
What is it?
Now you can split personal and employer superannuation contributions with your husband or wife, or eligible partner if you are in a de facto domestic situation. Think of it as a split that's good for your future.
It can help even out the imbalance in your accounts and may also improve your tax situation.
How it works
Decide how much you want to split. Your contributions can be transferred to an NGS Super spouse or partner account or to another complying superannuation fund.
The split can only occur after the end of each financial year, for contributions made in the previous financial year. Generally, you can split up to 85% of employer and salary sacrifice contributions (and any contributions that are tax deductible if you are self-employed). You can't split any voluntary after-tax contributions that you can't claim a deduction for, or any government co-contribution payments.
How to do it
Please refer to the conditions on the split super contributions with your spouse fact sheet.
Click on the button below to complete the split super contributions with your spouse eForm.