Take this 10-question quiz to test your knowledge on the superannuation responsibilities for employers.
Determining termination and super payments when employee’s leave can be confusing, learn how you can successfully navigate this process.
Employers generally don’t pay super for contractors, but it’s tricky to work out how they differ from employees. Here’s some rules to help you understand the difference.
Salary sacrifice arrangements need to meet the rules if you want them to be deemed effective, which is essential if to avoid problems with the ATO.
Many self-employed people forget about super but making contributions can have lots of benefits. It’s also important to ensure you make contributions if you employ any staff during the year.
Forgetting about regularly paying your employees’ super is easy, so here’s a checklist to help ensure you master your super responsibilities.
When making super contributions for your employees, ensure you pay and report your contributions by the deadline – or risk paying penalties to the ATO.
Working out which of your employees are eligible for SG contributions can be tricky. So, it’s important to learn the SG eligibility rules to ensure you’re always compliant.
Tax deductions are a valuable sweetener when you make super contributions for your employees, but which payments can you claim on your annual tax bill?
You can earn hefty penalties if you fail to report and pay your SG obligations for your employees. Discover your responsibilities and avoid costly problems with the ATO.
A year-end task for employers is to notify the ATO of any reportable employer super contributions (RESC) for employees. Find out what RESC are and what you need to do.
If you don’t pay your SG contributions on time and in full, you will need to pay the Super Guarantee Charge to the ATO. But what is it and what’s the SGC Statement?
Choosing a default super fund for your employees is an important decision. Know the rules and your obligations so you can choose the right super fund.
Employers need to choose a default super fund that’s a MySuper fund, but what exactly are they and how do they work?
Most new employees have the right to choose their own super fund, but employers need to be aware of the important rules and deadlines governing this process.