Don't forget to Pay your Super

Don't forget to Pay your Super

Superannuation Guarantee (SG) is the official term for compulsory superannuation contributions made by employers on behalf of their employees.
SG must be paid at least quarterly, and if an employer fails to pay SG, or pays late, then the employer is subject to the Superannuation Guarantee Charge (SGC), and must lodge an SGC statement by the due date. The table below lists the quarterly deadlines.

SG payment deadlines for employers

1 July – 30 September 28 October
1 October – 31 December 28 January
1 January – 31 March 28 April
1 April – 30 June 28 July


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