Category: Superannuation

Employee or independent contractor: Impacts for PAYG & SG

The distinction between who is an employee and who is an independent contractor has been an evolving and lengthy process. To check if your worker is an employee or contractor, you need to consider the whole working arrangement. There are a number of factors that need to be considered, not just the terms of the employment

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Reminder of superannuation caps indexation for 2022

From 1 July 2021, the superannuation contributions caps have been indexed for the 2022 income year. The new concessional contributions cap for the 2022 financial year is now $27,500 (increased from $25,000). The new non-concessional (i.e., non-deductible) contributions cap for the 2022 financial year is now $110,000 or (where the ‘bring forward’ rules are applicable)

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Super contributions caps will increase from 1 July 2021

The ATO has confirmed that, from 1 July 2021, the superannuation concessional and non-concessional contribution caps will be indexed. The new caps for the 2021/22 year will be: Concessional Cap: $27,500 Non-Concessional cap: $110,000 (or $330,000 over 3 years) The total superannuation balance limit that determines if an individual has a non-concessional contributions cap of

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Special COVID-19 Super Condition of Release Extended

If you have been adversely financially affected by COVID-19, you may be able to access some of your superannuation early. The ability to withdraw up to $10,000 from superannuation for individuals experiencing financial difficulties due to COVID-19, was initially set to expire on 24 September 2020, however, this has now been extended until 31 December 2020. Eligible citizens and permanent residents of

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ATO reminder about salary packaged super

The ATO has provided employers with a recent reminder that from 1 January 2020, salary sacrificed super contributions can’t be used to reduce super guarantee obligations, regardless of the amount your employee elects to salary sacrifice.   This means the salary sacrificed amount does not count towards your super guarantee (SG) obligations. A further change

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