From 1 July 2022, two important super guarantee (SG) changes will apply to your business: here’s what you need to do.
From 1 November 2021, if you have new employees start, you may have an extra step to take to comply with choice of fund rules if they don’t choose a super fund. You may soon need to request their ‘stapled super fund’ details from the ATO.
The current rate of compulsory Superannuation Guarantee (SG) is due to increase to 10% in July 2021. It has been frozen at 9.5% since July 2014 and there have been many arguments for and against increasing SG contributions from the current rate of 9.5% to 12%.
The super guarantee (SG) is scheduled to increase from 9.5% to 10% from 1 July 2021. SG is the minimum super an employer must pay their employees.
Our team is available to assist you to capitalise on any of the Budget measures or minimise your risk. As always, the detail is important so please let us know if we can assist. We’ll keep you up to date as the detail of these measures comes to hand.
Small Business Superannuation Clearing House users – want to claim a deduction for super contributions? Your super payments must be accepted by 23 June 2020.
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