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Superannuation - Record Keeping for Employers

Employers must keep adequate records showing the amount of super paid for all eligible employees.

Super records should include:
  • how you calculate any reportable employer super contributions
  • how you calculate each of your employee's salary or wages and ordinary time earnings
  • copies of relevant salary sacrifice agreements you entered into with your employees
  • copies of relevant industrial agreements with your employees
  • evidence that you offered your eligible employees a choice of super fund.

You must keep super records:
  • for five years
  • in English, or in a form that can be easily accessed and converted into English.

For more help contact the BASMAN at alan@basman.com.au
or call him directly on 0419 671 602.

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