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Recently, something really good has happened… or may happen! The Minister for Revenue and Financial Services, Kelly O’Dwyer, has announced that there will be a 12 month amnesty for any naughty employer who has historical employee super debt, to pay that debt without also having to pay the usual penalties and charges. What’s more, those payments will […]

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This blog is an update to our previous blog regarding paying super contributions to the Small Business Super Clearing House via Medicare. From 1st April 2014, the clearing house will now be run by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) instead of the Department of Human Services. The good news is that there will not be […]

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Employers, if your employee has not selected a preferred super fund, then you must pay their super contributions to your default fund. This is not new information however, as of 1st Jan 2014, the default super fund chosen for your business must be a fund offering a MySuper product.

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From 1st July 2010, if you have 20 employees or less, you can access the Federal Government’s Clearing House for superannuation guarantee payments. This makes paying super so easy. (NOTE: As of 1st April 2014, the Australian Taxation Office will run the clearing house. Read more about this in this blog).

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