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Re: FHSS determination is missing some voluntary concessional contributions

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Hello:

 

I just received my FHSS determination from the ATO and noticed that 6 months of voluntary concessional contributions (salary sacrifice) have not been taken into account. How do I fix this? Is there a ATO form to submit for this purpose? What evidenciary documents would I need to provide?

 

Thank you!

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Hi @JG99

 

Before requesting a determination, you have the option to manually add any eligible contributions that may be missing.

 

Whilst you are able to make multiple determinations, please be aware, once you have requested a release you can't request another one, even if you have requested an amount less than your FHSS maximum release amount.

 

This is why it is important to make sure you confirm all your eligible contributions are listed prior to requesting your release of eligible FHSS funds.

 

You can find out more on the ATO website under; Applying to release your savings, and may find the QSuper First Home Super Saver Scheme page helpful.

 

Thanks,

Mark

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Devotee Super Specialist

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Hi @JG99

 

Before requesting a determination, you have the option to manually add any eligible contributions that may be missing.

 

Whilst you are able to make multiple determinations, please be aware, once you have requested a release you can't request another one, even if you have requested an amount less than your FHSS maximum release amount.

 

This is why it is important to make sure you confirm all your eligible contributions are listed prior to requesting your release of eligible FHSS funds.

 

You can find out more on the ATO website under; Applying to release your savings, and may find the QSuper First Home Super Saver Scheme page helpful.

 

Thanks,

Mark