How can I find out more or withdraw my superannuation?

 

How can I find out more or withdraw my superannuation?

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09-Sep-2010 12:06 PM

Mr Tax

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Did you know the Average Super Refund is: $3380

You can ask your employer about which superannuation fund you belong to. Once you have this information, you can call the superannuation fund with your name, date of birth and other information to find about how much superannuation is in your account. Working holiday makers and students are allowed to withdraw their superannuation if they permanently leave Australia and their visa expires. The Australian government takes out further 35% tax when you apply for the withdrawal. You can contact your superannuation fund or a tax professional regarding withdrawal of your superannuation.

If you wish to find out more about your super refund please go to:

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The Average Australian Tax Refund is $2600

  

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Tax for working holiday makers.
It is a complete myth that you will automatically get all your tax back when you leave Australia! There is a lot of confusion out there amongst, not only working holiday backpackers but also amongst many employers and even some accountants and tax agents.

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