If you salary package with CBB, you’d know that it presents great benefits all year round. There’s extra money in your pay, less income tax, and the option to cover routine payments with tax-free funds – but it also unlocks a range of other time and money-saving benefits.
One of the most flexible ways to make the most of your salary packaging is to have your funds loaded onto a CBB Salary Packaging card. You can also get a CBB Meal Entertainment and Holiday Accommodation card, which lets you pay for most meals, drinks, and accommodation – or join the CBB Rewards Club, which provides our salary packaging customers with discounted gift vouchers and exclusive deals at retailers and service providers all over Australia.
In other words, salary packaging can help you save money on pretty much anything that you regularly buy, and this is especially useful in the lead up to the festive season (a.k.a. arguably the most expensive time of the year!). There are many ways that salary packaging can stretch your dollars even further, so here are some ideas to help you save on celebrations, gifts, and getaways!
With a CBB Salary Packaging card, you can use tax-free dollars to:
With a CBB Meal Entertainment and Holiday Accommodation card, you can use tax-free dollars to:
With a free CBB Rewards Club membership, you can:
FYI: CBB Rewards Club discounts are anywhere from 2%-10%, depending on the deals available.
If you’re not salary packaging, it’s not too late to sign up before the festive season gets into full swing. Book a sign-up appointment where a member of the CBB team will chat to you about the benefits available, how to access them, and how much better off you’ll be (taking student debt and child support into consideration, if applicable).
To add the CBB Salary Packaging card or the CBB Meal Entertainment and Holiday Accommodation card to your account, simply email us at [email protected]. Find more information about the CBB Rewards Club and how to sign up here.
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