Tax and other useful facts
Concessional contributions cap
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A higher (un-indexed) concessional contributions cap previously applied to older members. For 2017-18 and later years, there is no longer a higher cap amount based on aged and all individuals are subject to the same general concessional contributions cap regardless of age.
Members are liable to pay excess contributions charge if the concessional contributions made by or for the member exceed their contributions cap for the year. The excess contributions are included in the member's income and taxed at marginal tax rates.
Unused concessional cap carry forward
From 1 July 2018, a member who has a total superannuation balance of less than $500,000 on 30 June of the previous financial year is entitled to contributed more than the general concessional contributions cap amount by making additional concessional contributions using any unused amounts from an earlier year.
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Last modified: Thursday, August 27, 2020