Read this article on the ABC website: There's a coronavirus super loophole that could save you $5000 ... Here's how it works It is linked to the decision to temporarily allow the early release of $10,000 in super this financial year and $10,000 the next. When Parliament approved the Coronavirus Economic Response Package Omnibus Bill 2020 last week, they put no new restrictions on how people could contribute into super. This means that it's possible to voluntarily contribute $10,000 of your pre-tax income into super over the next three months, and also apply to withdraw a $10,000 lump sum from super tax-free at some point before June 30. You still end up with $10,000 in your pocket. But if you contribute through a salary sacrifice arrangement with your employer and stay within the concessional contributions limits, your voluntary contributions will be taxed at 15 per cent rather than your marginal personal tax rate. ... Who can do it? ... the arrangements are targeted at those who have been adversely impacted by the coronavirus. On or after January 1, 2020, working hours (or turnover for sole traders) have to have been fallen by at least 20 per cent. ... read more You should read the entire article to understand it fully - I've only summarised part of it here. For our resident accountants - is this something you would be advising your clients to look at if they qualify? What do you think of the chances that the government will move to close this loophole? Personally, I'm not entirely sure that this is the kind of thing that should be published in the media because I'm afraid that some people will either misread it or will act without getting the proper advice and could end up worse off than they were before, especially if the government changes the rules.