Q: From reading SuperGuide articles, I can see that from July 2017, there is no longer a special contributions cap for people between 50 and 74 years, but a general concessional contribution cap of $25,000 a year for all age groups. I can also see that for non-concessional contributions, the cap is now $100,000 from July 2017. Is this $100,000 cap for NON-concessional contribution the same regardless of the age of the person? I am nearly 65 and I would like to know if the limit of $100,000 a year applies to people over 65.
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