Anyone aged under 65 can make contributions to super as long as they have a super fund account. If you are over 65 you can still contribute to super as long as you meet the work test. This means you must have worked 40 hours in 30 consecutive days prior to making the contribution. A super fund can only accept Superannuation Guarantee contributions (your mandated employer contributions) after you turn 75.

Check out our blog on what the work test is here.