20 Dec 2016
New rules on Non-Concessional Contributions: Superannuation Reform
- Posted by Dejan Pekic BCom DipFP CFP GAICD, Senior Financial Planner
As the year comes to an end we just wanted to remind you that from 1 July 2017 the non-concessional (after tax) contribution limit reduces from $180,000 year to $100,000 per financial year and the 3 year bring forward provision will also reduce from $540,000 to $300,000.
Further, you will only be permitted to use the bring forward provision to make non-concessional (after tax) contributions into superannuation that would bring the superannuation balance to $1.6 million which will be determined by the total accumulated superannuation and pension balances on the 30 June prior to the start of the following financial year.
|For example, if existing balance in super and penson at 30 June 2017
||Maximum non-concessional contribution including bring forward for 2017/2018
|Less than $1.4 million
|$1.4 million to $1.5 million
|$1.5 million to $1.6 million
|Greater than $1.6 million
This means that right now you (if under age 65) can still make a $180,000 non-concessional (after tax) contribution into superannuation or trigger the 3 year bring forward provision and contribute up to the maximum $540,000 into superannuation this financial year.
WARNING, these comments do not constitute Personal Advice.
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