Superannuation, more commonly known as super, is a way of saving for your retirement. As an non-Australian citizen temporarily working in Australia, if you make over $450 each month, then you are likely entitled to superannuation.
Your employer makes the payments to your super fund, to help provide for your retirement. The payments are approximately 9.5% of your gross pay. If you decide to leave Australia permanently, you are entitled to claim your super fund.
When you’re ready to leave Australia, you can apply online to claim your super fund. We can also help you if you’ve already left the country. Our team of experienced professionals is able to claim supers for a anyone who previously worked in Australia, all the way back to 2001.