With extra income from recent tax cuts, you can have it all

Adding part of your extra pay to your Triple S account can be tax-effective and because the money is locked away until you retire, you will reap the benefits of compounding returns over time. Whether you’re planning to retire in three years or 30, there’s no better time to start growing your super. So what are you waiting for?

Go ahead and give your super a boost with a small fortnightly salary sacrifice. The impact on your take home pay may be less than you think. 

Getting your salary sacrifice set up is as easy as 1, 2, 3...

Complete the Salary Sacrifice form and provide the completed form to your employer/ HR delegate. (If unsure ask your immediate Manager.)

Your employer / HR delegate will complete section five (employer declaration) on your behalf. They will give the completed form to your agency's payroll for processing. 

Shared Services / Payroll will action the completed form and adjust your salary arranges per your instruction. They will also deduct a $44 employer fee.

Super SA exclusive benefits

Triple S is an untaxed fund and as a Triple S member, you have access to a range of exclusive benefits. These benefits include no upfront contributions tax, so every dollar you invest is helping you earn more. And with the ability to salary sacrifice large portions of your income, you can live your best life in retirement1.

1Lifetime cap limits apply ($1.565 million for the 2020-21 financial year), refer to the Product Disclosure Statement for further information.

Set-up Your Salary Sacrifice

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Your salary sacrifice arrangement exists between you and your employer and is facilitated by Shared Services/Payroll.

After-tax contributions: If you are making after-tax contributions into the Triple S Scheme and you want to change or stop them, complete the After-tax Contribution form available for download here and return it to Super SA.

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