Co-Contribution and Other Incentives

EOFY Advice: Co-Contribution and Other Incentives Are you a low to middle-income earner? If your income is under a certain threshold, making voluntary after-tax super contributions before EOFY on 30 June could make you eligible for a government co-contribution. You may also be able to take advantage of the low tax rate payable in super … Read more

Making Additional Contributions to your Super

This article has been provided by Cornerstone Wealth for Christian Super Members. You may be surprised to find out that only one in 8 employed super fund members make contributions to their super above the mandatory employer-paid 9.5% superannuation guarantee.[1] If you’ve never thought about making additional contributions to your super, here are some things … Read more

A Super Boost for Low- and Middle-Income Earners

Would you like $500 to boost your Super this year? If you’re a low to middle-income earner, you could be eligible to take advantage of the Federal Government’s Super Co-contribution Scheme.  What’s Government Co-contribution? Maybe you’ve heard about or participated in the co-contribution scheme before? The government helps low to middle-income earners save more for … Read more