Things to know
Reportable employer superannuation contributions are additional to the compulsory contributions your employer must make. An example of a reportable employer superannuation contribution is a salary sacrificed arrangement. For more information, see Guide for employees and self-employed – reportable superannuation contributions.
If your income statement or payment summary shows a reportable employer superannuation contributions amount and you did not get your employer to make superannuation contributions in addition to their compulsory superannuation contributions, you should contact your employer before lodging your tax return to check that the figure is correct.
If your employer has incorrectly calculated the reportable employer superannuation contributions amount, ask them to provide you with the correct amount. If that amount is incorrect on your income statement/payment summary, ask your employer to report correctly to us.
Show your reportable employer superannuation contributions:
- in the Income statements and payment summaries section at
- in the Business/sole trader, partnership and trust income section at
Completing this section
We populate this section with reportable employer superannuation contributions shown in the following sections:
- Income statements and payment summaries.
- Business/sole trader, partnership and trust income.
At Personalise return, you don't need to make a selection to show Income tests, as it's always displayed at Prepare return.
At Prepare return, select 'Add/Edit' at the Income tests banner.
At the Income tests heading:
- MyTax will show the total reportable employer superannuation contributions.
- Select Save and continue when you have completed the Income tests section.
To update or add a reportable employer superannuation contributions amount in myTax, go to the relevant section: