How to save on living expenses - and avoid the paperwork
Who can package living expenses?
You could salary package living expenses if you work for a:
- private or public not-for-profit hospital
- charity or other not-for-profit organisation.
and your employer offers this as part of your workplace benefits program.
Still not sure whether you can package living expenses? Then simply ask your employer or log into My Employer Hub and refer to your Employer's Information Booklet.
What living expenses can I package?
You can package a wide range of everyday expenses such as:
- electricity, phone and water bills
- council rates
- private travel (domestic and overseas)
- household expenses
- any other items you pay for with your RemServ Wallet
Live, spend and save smarter with the RemServ Wallet
The easiest way to salary package your everyday expenses is to use your RemServ Wallet.
The RemServ Wallet is a card that gives simple access to Living Expenses and Meal Entertainment benefit money, allowing you to live, spend and save smarter.
Your before-tax dollars are loaded onto your card by RemServ, making it easy to pay for expenses when you’re out and about, paying online or over the phone. You can use your card to pay for groceries, shopping, fuel, bills, dining out with others and much more.
The innovative RemServ Wallet can help you get more out of your income through:
- management of both your Living Expenses and Meal Entertainment benefits with one smart card
- view real time card balances through your RemServ Online account
- tap and go with Visa payWave technology
- simple application process - no forms or fuss!
How much could you save each year?
At RemServ, we take the guesswork out of your new salary packaging lifestyle.
Use oursalary packaging calculator to estimate how much you could save.
Ready to get started?
Already packaging - but now want the RemServ Wallet too?
- Call us on 1300 30 39 40
- Visit our website to learn more about the RemServ Wallet
Important information: The information about the RemServ Wallet is general in nature and does not take into account your personal objectives, needs and circumstances. You should consider the appropriateness of the information having regard to your personal circumstances and consider the Product Disclosure Statement before making any decision.