Making Personal Contributions
Making personal superannuation contributions for yourself or a spouse is simple with Nationwide Super. For easy-to-understand information on the different types of personal contributions you can make to your super account, download our Making Additional Contributions Fact Sheet.Contributions Fact Sheet
Once we have your Tax File Number (TFN), you can make contributions to your account, using one of the following payment options:
Telephone & Internet Banking with BPAY®
BPAY is the quickest and easiest way to make a contribution to your Nationwide Super account.
Using telephone or internet banking from your bank or financial institution, it takes just a few simple steps to make a payment from your cheque, savings, debit, or transaction account.
- Log on to phone or internet banking provided by your financial institution and select BPAY payments
- Nominate the account you want the contribution to come from (credit card accounts are not permitted)
- Enter the Biller Code shown below and your unique Biller Ref/CRN
- Enter the payment amount and submit the transaction
- Complete and return a Personal Contribution Notice or contact us to provide details of the transaction, including your Member ID and the date and amount of the transaction
|Biller Name:||NSF Super|
|Customer Reference Number (CRN):||Please login to MemberAccess, check your member card or contact Nationwide Super on 1800 025 241 to obtain your unique CRN|
® Registered to BPAY Pty Ltd
ABN 69 079 137 518
Please note that your financial institution may apply payment limits; payment may take up to 2 days to be received by us, depending on the cut-off time for your financial institution.
Cheque or Money Order Payment
Contributions can also be made by personal cheque, bank cheque or money order made payable to “Nationwide Super”, with your Member ID written on the reverse side.
Simply post your payment along with a completed Personal Contribution Notice to:
PO Box 42
Charlestown NSW 2290
You can also arrange to have contributions deducted from your salary through your employer. Simply download the Payroll Deduction Authority for more information and an authority form that you can provide to your employer.