Employer contributions are taxed at 15% when contributed to super. Higher-income earners (above $250,000) may be subject to higher rates of tax.
Most wage and salary earners are entitled to receive regular payments to their super fund under the SG scheme.
The current SG rate is 10% of ordinary time earnings, with employers penalised by the Australian Tax Office if they fail to make payments at least quarterly.
Under current rules, employers are not required to make SG payments for:
Superannuation Guarantee payments alone may not be enough to fund a comfortable requirement, so it’s worth considering a salary sacrifice arrangement or payment of additional personal contributions.
LGIAsuper can accept contributions from any employer across Australia.
So if you’ve started a new job, that doesn’t mean you need to start a new super fund.
We’ve made it easy for you take your LGIAsuper with you.
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