Employee's Super

Super guarantee (SG) payments must be made to complying funds or retirement savings accounts (RSAs) by the quarterly due dates, which are 28 days after the end of each quarter.

Some super funds require employers to make contributions monthly. When you register with a fund with this requirement, you are agreeing to make monthly contributions to that fund.

You need to pay and report super electronically to ensure it meets SuperStream requirements.

Next steps:

You can claim a tax deduction for super payments in the financial year you make them – if you meet the SG requirements.

If you miss a payment, you may have to pay the SG charge and lodge a SG charge statement.

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68 Tenth Avenue (PO Box 285) Budgewoi  NSW  2262​

ABN 35 953 205 795