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Total super balance

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Your ‘total super balance’ on 30 June each financial year can impact future contributions and eligibility for certain benefits.

What is your total super balance?

Your total super balance (TSB) for a financial year is the value, at 30 June of the previous financial year, of all of your:

The ATO will determine your TSB based on information it receives from your super funds. You can find out your TSB by logging in to your www.my.gov.au opens in new window account.

Why is it important?

Your TSB is important because it impacts your:

You should consider your TSB when making a contribution related to these.

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