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Super and the self-employed butcher

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Transition to Retirement

You can start to take your super as an income while still working... it saves tax and makes great sense to many members

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Co-Contribution

Pay some after-tax money into your super and get the Government to pay as well.

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Super and the self-employed butcher

Some very good reasons why self-employed butchers should look closely at joining AMIST Super.

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Round up your super

Why choose AMIST Super?

How to Choose My Fund

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Round up your super

If you have money in more than one super fund, you are likely to be paying fees and charges on all of them, which could erode your savings over time. Rounding up all your super into your AMIST Super account may save you money.

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Why choose AMIST Super?

All the reasons why you should join AMIST Super spelled out in black and white.

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Tamil / தமிழ்


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How to Choose My Fund

Some things to consider when choosing the right super fund for you.

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Korean / 한국어

Dari / درى

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Statutory Declaration and Certified Copy

Salary sacrifice

Compound earnings

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Statutory Declaration and Certified Copy

Information about Statutory Declarations, what they're for and how to obtain one.

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Salary sacrifice

Salary sacrifice is a great way to help your super savings grow and potentially reduce your income tax at the same time.

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Compound earnings

One of the best decisions you can make in life is to start investing in superannuation sooner rather than later.

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Self-managed super funds

Investment choice for under 30s

What happens to your super when you die?

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Self-managed super funds

Establishing an SMSF comes with a great deal of responsibility and often at considerable cost. Many people who have been enticed into SMSFs later regret their decision because they don’t have the time or experience to manage the fund effectively.

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Investment choice for under 30s

When you’re young, retirement is obviously a long way off. But choices you make in your 20s can have a huge impact on how much money you have in retirement.

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What happens to your super when you die?

It’s a big question, although perhaps not the most pleasant. But when you consider your super could become one of your largest assets, what happens to it when you die is really important.

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Income Protection Insurance

What is Super?

Lost Super

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Income Protection Insurance

Income Protection is a type of insurance that could replace up to 75% of your pay if you become sick or injured and can't work – helping to protect you and your family from financial hardship while you recover.

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Chinese / 中国

Portuguese / Português

Korean / 한국어

Dari / درى

Vietnamese / Việt

Tamil / தமிழ்


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What is Super?

Superannuation, or “super” as it’s often called, is a form of retirement savings plan. In Australia, if you earn $450 or more before tax per month, your employer may be obliged to put a certain amount of money into a super fund for you.

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Portuguese / Português

Korean / 한국어

Arabic / اردو

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Lost Super

It’s estimated that one in two Australians has lost track of some of their super. Could you be one of them?

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What happens to my super when I leave Australia?

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What happens to my super when I leave Australia?

If you are working in Australia temporarily, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you are going to retire here. But that doesn’t mean that you lose the superannuation money that has been saved for you.

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Portuguese / Português

Korean / 한국어

Arabic / اردو

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Contributions

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Contributions

Various types of contributions can be made to AMIST Super, including compulsory Superannuation Guarantee contributions, or salary sacrifice by your employer, personal after tax contributions, Government Co-contributions, as well as contributions made on your behalf by your spouse or another family member.

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Proof of identity

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Proof of identity

From 12 December 2007, the Federal Government introduced legislation aimed at preventing money laundering and the financing of terrorism.

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Transition to Retirement Pensions

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Transition to Retirement Pensions

While putting more of your money into superannuation via salary sacrifice can be a tax effective way to build your retirement savings, it’s a trade off because the more salary you sacrifice, the less you have to live on. But if you’re over “Early Retirement Age” and plan to continue working, there’s a clever way to make your super savings grow faster— without affecting your lifestyle.

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Co-contributions

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Co-contributions

Making extra payments into your super yourself can make a difference to your lifestyle when you stop work. And the Government’s co-contribution scheme is here to help you.

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Employers

Your super solution

Fast EmployerAccess

ATO Clearing House for small business

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Your complete super solution

Since 1985, AMIST Super has provided a comprehensive superannuation service for employers in the meat and related industries. Regardless of the size of your business we can help make super simple and easy to manage, and give your employees the benefit of award-winning investment performance.

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Fast EmployerAccess

Did you know you can now pay your superannuation contributions to AMIST Super online? You can sign up for EmployerAccess which makes making payments very easy allowing you to upload a file from your payroll system

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ATO Clearing House for small business

SuperStream is a Government initiative that is all about streamlining the processing of everyday super transactions. The aim is to improve the quality of data in the system by encouraging the use of technology.

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