Super for the self-employed

A tax-effective plan for the future

Being your own boss means you’re responsible for your superannuation contributions.

It also means you’re not obliged to make any payments. 

This can disadvantage people who forgo super contributions in order to pump more money into their business, invest in new equipment, or simply to pay the bills. It means they may not have enough put aside for retirement.

To help offset this, the government offers a number of special concessions for self-employed people, including:

  • A tax deduction on super contributions up to $30,000-$35,000 that you make for yourself
  • Government co-contribution to help top up your super if you earn less than $50,454 per annum

Look after your future when you're self-employed

Just because you're self-employed doesn't mean you should sacrifice your future.

You're in good hands

A profit-for-members fund

We exist to benefit our members, not shareholders.

Diverse investment options

Choose the right investment option that's right for you.

Low fees and strong returns*

Our diversified investment options have consistently outperformed industry averages.

Insurance and other benefits

Enjoy a range of value added products and services including salary cover and life insurance.

Where to get help

  • Financial planning 1800 065 753Mon-Fri 9am - 5pm (AEST)
  • General account inquiries 1800 682 626Monday-Friday 8am - 6pm (AEST)
  • Email financial planning CONTACT US

*Past performance is not an indication of future performance.

How long will your super last? Check the MyFuture calculator