When you receive a wage from your employer they pay a percentage of those earnings into your superannuation fund. For those who can afford it, extra contributions are an excellent way to increase retirement savings and reduce taxes. And if you're on a low income, then the government may make extra superannuation (super) contributions on your behalf.
It's important to ensure that the correct amount of money is being paid into your super fund. As of 1 July 2022, your employer should be paying into your super fund regardless of how much you earn.