Over 55? Boost your super now.
How can you turn $1,000 into $1,500? No, it's not a magic trick – it's the government co-contribution, and it is a very easy and effective way to boost your super. If you earn less than $46,920 and make an after-tax personal contribution to your super, you may be eligible for a payment into your super account.
The government will pay 50 cents for every dollar you contribute to your super, up to a maximum amount of $500. The co-contribution payment is based on your income and how much you personally contribute to super. See the table below, to find out how much you may be entitled to:
Your total income
Take our quiz below to find out if you are eligible for the government co-contribution.