Maximising your net take home pay... every pay...

maxpayPendragon’s MAXpay service utilises our combined expert knowledge from twenty years experience in ‘Your Back Office’ and ‘Salary Management’ skills plus incorporating the Australian Tax Office approved way of restructuring your income, including salary packaging/sacrificing, which allows you, among other things, to make purchases, for work reasons, from your pre-taxed income.. This means when you pay tax, it is on a lower portion of your income – leaving more money in your back pocket each pay. You can increase your cash flow by calculating tax deductions from your gross income each and every pay period – think play packets not pay packets!

We act as your back office and treat every individual as their own mini business to maximize the net take home pay, every pay … plus cover you for workers compensation, professional indemnity and public liability insurances. You can work where ever you want, whenever you want to work and we do the rest…

MAXpay example…

PAYG – $70,000 per annum + super

 Normal PAYG Annual Monthly
Gross Salary



Superannuation (9.5% of taxable income)



Net Income

MAXpay – $70,000 per annum + super

 MAXpay Annual Monthly
Gross Salary



Structured Allowances



Superannuation (9.5% of taxable income)



Net Income



By utilising Pendragon's MAXpay service every pay period throughout the year, you will increase your net income.

Organisations should look at MAXpay as a way of rewarding their employees with nil or minimum cost to them. Individual employees should ask how they can look at MAXpay to help with their monthly cash flow.

If you are running your own ABN (Australian Business Number) or are an independent contractor, tired of BAS statements, invoicing and paperwork you have to complete monthly, but still want to maximise your cash flow,  MAXpay is available and can designed specifically for you.
talk to us…02 9407 8700 or email [email protected]

Pendragon assists you with identifying how you can salary manage items including:

  • Superannuation
  • Company products and services
  • Laptops
  • Car parking
  • Cars
  • Transport and travel
  • Professional memberships or subscriptions
  • Mobile phone
  • Newspapers, magazines and journals
  • Computer software
  • Self education
  • Income protection insurance
  • Relocation expenses
  • Investment loans
  • And special items such as uniforms etc
  • Home office expenses