Grow super with your savings
Grow your super with extra contributions from your take-home pay or savings. It’s a great way to invest the extra money from a pay rise, bonus or inheritance.*
These contributions are also known as non-concessional contributions, voluntary contributions or personal super contributions. There are limits, known as caps, on how much you can contribute before an additional tax applies. Read more about the caps that apply to super.
Make an after-tax contribution
The easiest way to contribute is with BPAY®. You can set up a one-off payment or regular contributions.
Log in to your account to get your BPAY details.
You can also send us a cheque. Download the after-tax voluntary contribution form (PDF, 102 KB) and send it back to us with your cheque.
Are after-tax contributions for me?
You can make after-tax contributions if:
Claim a tax deduction for after-tax contributions
You may be able to claim a tax deduction for these contributions. You can generally claim up to $25,000 in after-tax contributions each financial year. To make a claim, complete a notice of intent before you lodge your tax return.
If you claim a tax deduction, your contribution is treated the same as a before-tax contribution and will count towards your concessional contribution cap.