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Superannuation As a Small Business Owner: Everything You Need To Know

If you’re looking at starting a small business, or are already running one, and have staff working for you – you have a lot on your plate. Find out everything you need to know about Superannuation as a small business owner, to make sure you don’t get penalised. Learn more.

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Superannuation Rate and Thresholds for 2017 – 2018

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has released the key superannuation rates and thresholds for the 2017 – 2018 financial year.

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Notice of Changes to Trust Deed

Nationwide Super’s Trust Deed was amended from 1 July 2017, to accommodate government changes to superannuation that applied from 1 July, in addition to other general updates. None of the amendments have any effect on members’ entitlements.

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How To Boost Your Super

Your superannuation is a key investment when it comes to saving for your retirement, and there are ways you can boost these savings. Your employer will contribute an amount equal to 9.5% of your salary into your super, and you may also contribute additional money as Concessional Contributions or Non-Concessional Contributions. Find out more.

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How Life Events Affect My Super

Life changes that can affect your super include a variety of events that most people will encounter at some point in their lives. Some of these types of events include starting a job, getting married, buying a home, having children, getting a tax refund or an inheritance, getting a separation or divorce, the death of a spouse, having an illness, redundancy, or losing a job. Learn more.

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What is the Age Pension?

The Age Pension is a government income support payment paid to eligible Australians who have reached Age Pension age.  The Age Pension is income and assets tested which means the amount you can get will depend on any other income you receive (from super, investments and paid work) and on the assets you own. Learn more.

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