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Pay your employees’ super on time, and save your business money.

If you pay super late it means you miss out on the tax deduction.

  • To put this in perspective, if you operate as a company (25% tax rate), every $1,000 of late super will cost you $250 in real cash come tax time.
  • In addition to that, the ATO will impose interest and penalties to late super.

To avoid paying super late, we recommend that super is paid at each pay cycle. This means you’ll never be late and also avoids the need to find a big lump sum at end of quarter.

  • Note: From 1 July, 2026, paying your employees’ super with each pay cycle will be mandatory. Get a head start on this change, and put this system in place sooner rather than later.

Consider paying any June quarter super before 30 June* (instead of when it’s due, in July) as thuis can bring forward the tax benefit a whole year.

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