A quick super contribution warning.
In order to claim a tax deduction for a personal or employer super contribution, it must be paid by year end.
This year is a bit of a trap with June 30 falling on a Sunday.
Another trap is that I just read that the ATO’s own employer super clearing house requires payment to be made by the close of business on Monday 24th June. Pay later than that and the contribution will go into the next financial year. That’s a real problem if you have retired and are aged over 65 as you will thereby breach the work test rule in the first week of July 2019.
Some clearing houses and super funds close off earlier than the 24th. Make sure you now what you cut-off dates are.
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