Payment due dates for Superannuation
Superannuation or super is a government-mandated retirement savings program that covers all eligible employees, including yours. It is calculated from their first day of their employment. Payments must be made by you as the employer at least four times in a year, based on the following quarterly due dates.
Quarterly payment due dates for super payments
*When a due date falls on a weekend or public holiday, you can make the payment on the next working day.
If you make a mistake like not paying the minimum amount on time and to the correct fund, you may have to lodge a Superannuation guarantee charge statement and pay the superannuation guarantee charge or SGC. Failing to meet your superannuation obligations and non-compliance with Australian superannuation laws can result in penalties from the ATO. Having a bookkeeper with an understanding of superannuation laws ensures all your superannuation obligations are met.
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