What is a non-concessional contribution?
A non-concessional contribution is a contribution made by (or for) someone that is not included in the assessable income of the fund and consequently no tax is paid upon receipt by the fund. The term 'non-concessional' reflects that no tax deduction is generally available in respect of the contribution. A non-concessional contribution is made using after-tax money.
Types of non-concessional generally include:
|Personal||Contributions made by (or for) a member, where no tax deduction is claimed|
|Spouse||Contribution made by a member for their spouse. The contribution count towards the recipient spouse's cap.|
|Contributions made for a child under 18||Contributions made by a third party to a child under 18 or other than:
Amounts that are excluded from the non-concessional contributions cap include:
- Government co-contributions
- CGT cap contributions
- Personal injury contributions
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Last modified: Tuesday, September 15, 2020