31 March 2022
It's important to remember that paying super for your workers isn't a 'tax' or form of government revenue; it's an entitlement to serve your workers in retirement.
Did you know that more than 94% of employers do the right thing and pay the right amount of super guarantee (SG)? Their workers are better off when they retire than those who didn't receive the right amount of super.
Paying super doesn't need to be complicated. For example, using a clearing house can save you time when paying SG for your workers, as it records and makes all your super payments in one transaction.
If you're experiencing cashflow stress, it's important not to leave super on the backburner. Lodge an SG charge statement to us if you miss or pay super late. If you can't pay in full, we can work with you to find a solution to suit your circumstances.
You can fire up your super knowledge by completing our online SG employer obligations course. It will guide you through what you need to do to get super right. Assess your super knowledge and see how it stacks up.
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