If your spouse is a stay-at-home parent, working part-time or out of work, adding to their super could benefit you both financially.
If your spouse (husband, wife, de facto or same-sex partner) is a low-income earner or not working at the moment, chances are they’re accumulating little or no super at all to fund their retirement.
The good news is, if you help by contributing some of your own money to their super, you could be eligible to receive a tax rebate. And, with super rules set to change from 1 July 2017, this tax advantage will be accessible to even more people.
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