Tax and other useful facts
Non-concessional contributions cap
6.13 Non-concessional contributions cap
Generally, a non-concessional contribution (NCC) 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 member is liable to pay excess contributions tax if the member's non-concessional contributions exceed the non-concessional contributions cap for the year.
|Income year||Cap amount|
From 2017-18 and later years, the non-concessional contribution cap is nil for a member who, immediately before the start of the year, had a total superannuation balance that equals or exceeds the general transfer balance cap (TBC ) for the year. These members are not allowed to make non-concessional contributions.
|Income year||General Transfer Balance Cap (TBC)|
|1 July 2017 - 30 June 2021||$1,600,000|
|1 July 2021 and later years||$1,700,000|
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Last modified: Friday, July 9, 2021