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Salary sacrifice is a tax-effective way for people on middle to high incomes to
make additional contributions into superannuation.
If you’re an employee, you may be able to salary sacrifice more money into
super. What this means is you receive less in take-home pay and have your
employer contribute your nominated amount into your super.
These contributions are taxed at just 15% going into super rather than at
your marginal rate if paid as salary. And since you’re effectively reducing your
assessable income you’ll pay less income tax.
If you’re self-employed, these same rules apply to you as well. By making taxdeductible
super contributions you can achieve a similar result.
Be aware there are limits on these contributions, which include (SGC)
compulsory employer contributions.

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