Over 65's take notice
Did you know?
If you’re age 65 or over, the Government places conditions on contributions that can be made into your super. Voluntary employer contributions – which include salary sacrifice contributions – and member after tax contributions can be made up to age 75 provided the member has worked at least 40 hours in 30 consecutive days in that financial year.
While compulsory employer contributions can be made to any age, Super Guarantee obligations currently cease at age 70.
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