Super for my business and employees
Employers are usually required to make Superannuation Guarantee (SG) contributions to a complying superannuation fund on at least a quarterly basis, or incur the superannuation guarantee charge.
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The current compulsory level of SG contributions is 9.25% of an employee’s ordinary time earnings. Penalties may be imposed if you fail to pay these contributions. Some exceptions for SG may include employees earning less than $450 in a calendar month (before tax) although you must still provide super support for any month in which the employee is paid $450 or more, and those under 18 years working 30 hours or less per week.
Employers may also make additional contributions for employees under salary sacrifice arrangements.
The Choice of Fund Legislation means that certain employees have the right to choose the superannuation fund to which their SG contributions are to be paid.
To learn more about your responsibility to your employees regarding super, contact DFM Financial Group or the Australia Tax Office Superannuation Helpline on 13 10 20 or visit www.ato.gov.au/superfunds
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