end of financial year contributions


There's still time to contribute this financial year. 
Get your contributions in by 24 June 2024*.


The fastest way to contribute is through BPAY®.

You can find your BPAY details in the ‘Transactions’ section of your online account. 


Get your BPAY details


* This date is a guide only and is not a guarantee your contribution will be received before the end of the 2023-24 financial year due to varying bank processing times. BPAY is the fastest payment method, but other payment methods are available. If you’d like to contribute for 2024-25 financial year, you’ll need to make your contribution after 1 July 2024.




things you should know about after-tax contributions


Most people can make after-tax contributions into their super account but here are some things you should know.

  • Check to make sure you haven't gone over the 'contributions cap': the contributions cap is a limit on the total amount of after-tax contributions you can make into your super account/s each financial year. The contributions cap for after-tax contributions (also known as non-concessional contributions or voluntary contributions) is $110,000 for the 2023-24 financial year. If you go over the cap, you may pay extra tax on your contributions.  
    Log in to your myGov account to see how you’re tracking against your cap. 

  • The contributions cap applies across all your super accounts, including any accounts with other super funds. If you have accounts with other super funds, you’ll need to ensure your total amount of after-tax contributions across all your funds does not exceed the $110,000 contributions cap.  

  • Eligible individuals may ‘bring forward’ two future years of contributions caps and make a larger contribution. Eligibility to ‘bring forward’ will depend on your age and total super balance. Go to ato.gov.au/super to see if you’re eligible and what your caps might be.  

  • If your total super balance (across all your super funds) was $1.9m or more at the start of this financial year, you should seek financial advice before you contribute any after-tax earnings to your super as there may be tax consequences. 

  • Make sure you’ve supplied us with your tax file number (TFN) so we can accept your after-tax contributions. To check, or to supply us with your TFN, log in to your account.



claiming a tax deduction on your after-tax super contributions


You may be able to claim a tax deduction for any after-tax super contributions made into your account.

Claiming a tax deduction on your after-tax contribution essentially changes it to a before-tax contribution (known as concessional contributions). This means they’re taxed at 15% and count towards your concessional contributions cap. The concessional contributions cap for 2023-24 financial year is $27,500.

Find out more about claiming a tax deduction >



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