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Staying on top of your superannuation contributions helps keep everyone happy, helps make your payroll work easier, and also helps you avoid paying unnecessary fees.
For superannuation guarantee contributions we recommend making monthly payments. Employers that are not required to contribute on a monthly basis under an award or industrial agreement can choose to make quarterly contributions.
Voluntary after-tax contributions made by your employees need to be sent to us within 28 days of the end of the month in which the deduction from the employee’s salary was made.
To make sure a Direct debit payment is received on time, all you need to do is submit your grid before 3pm on the day you want the contribution to be allocated and we’ll do the rest. For BPAY payments you will need to be mindful of your financial institutions processing time-frames and we recommend you allow at least three business days for payments be received.
Failing to pay the SG contribution by the deadlines listed above may result in you having to pay an SG charge, which is not tax deductible and will result in an added expense to your business.
Sunsuper does accept the payment of super guarantee contributions after the due date. However, you are still liable to pay the superannuation guarantee charge to the ATO, and please be aware that even if you are audited by the ATO, Sunsuper is unable to return your late payment.
Find out more about who is eligible for SG payments
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