Making after-tax contributions to your super.
Have some spare cash to put into super? It’s quick and easy to make a contribution from your after-tax pay to your Tasplan account – here’s how.
How to make a contribution
You’ll need the biller code and your reference number which are shown on your account summary, Member statement and in Tasplan Online.
Every little bit helps
A great way to add to your super is to make your own regular contributions, above what your employer already pays. You can also do a one-off payment, small or large (up to certain limits) – the choice is yours.
Even throwing in a spare $50 each month could turn into thousands when it comes to retirement.
Claiming tax deductions for personal contributions
You may be able to claim a tax deduction for personal contributions you make to Tasplan if, during the financial year:
- you’ve made personal contributions to your super
- you’ve met the age restrictions
- you've completed your Claim tax deductions in Tasplan Online or you’ve completed the ATO's Notice of intent to claim or vary a deduction for personal super contributions form, and told us how much you plan to claim as a deduction
- we’ve acknowledged your notice of intent to claim a deduction.
Refer to the Claiming tax deductions for contributions fact sheet for more information. You should seek professional advice before claiming a tax deduction to work out if its good idea for you.