Your employer is not the only one who can contribute to your super. You can make a personal contribution from your savings. Depending on your income, you might even be eligible for a Government co-contribution. Download a copy of our Money for Nothing brochure in Related content for more information.
There are three easy ways to make a personal contribution:
1. BPAY – telephone and online banking
2. Cheque or money order, or
3. Payroll deduction – arranged with your employer.
To make a personal contribution direct to your LUCRF Super account, via BPAY or cheque/money order, please download our Direct Contribution Form from Related content.
To make a personal contribution via a payroll deduction, please download our Request For Payroll Deduction Form from Related content.
Important: We cannot accept any personal contributions unless we have been notified of your Tax File Number (TFN). Please refer to our Direct Contribution Form for more information.
You may also wish to provide LUCRF Super with TFN Super Search Consent. If consent is provided to LUCRF Super, we will then use your TFN to carry out tasks such as accessing superannuation information from the Australian Tax Office (ATO) facility. This may help to find super you have elsewhere and consolidate your retirement savings.
For more on Super Search Consent, including how to provide it, please see Related Content at the left of the page.