Concessional contributions cap
What is a concessional contributions?
Generally, a concessional contribution is a contribution made by (or on behalf of) someone that is included in the assessable income of the fund.
The concessional part of the contribution reflect the tax deduction generally claimed by the employer or individual+. Accordingly, the contribution is subject to tax at up to 15%.
Other things to consider with the cap:
- If a member exceeds the cap, additional tax and penalties may apply.
- Additional tax on concessional contributions (Division 293) - above the threshold - $250,000
What are the concessional contributions cap?
Concessional contributions are limited by the concessional contributions caps. For 2020/21 financial year the cap is $25,000, and this cap applies to all individuals.
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Last modified: Tuesday, September 15, 2020