Ancillary contributions describe five voluntary contributions or superannuation transfers you can make to MilitarySuper on your behalf or on behalf of your spouse:
- Roll in amounts
- Salary sacrifice
- Additional personal contributions
- Spouse contributions
These contributions and transfers form a separate benefit called an ancillary benefit. It accrues as a separate accumulation interest and fluctuates in line with scheme investment performance. It does not attract or add to your employer benefit.
You are can make ancillary contributions if you are a:
- contributing MilitarySuper member
- Defence Force Retirement and Death Benefit (DFRDB) contributing member.
Preserved benefit members cannot make ancillary contributions.
Find out more in your MilitarySuper Product Disclosure Statement.
- Provide your tax file number
- Check your super contribution limits
- Select your preferred investment option
- Estimate your future entitlement
- Manage and view your super online
- Claim a deceased member benefit