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Superannuation Payslip Requirements

In 2012, the previous government proposed employers should include additional superannuation information such as actual amount, payment date and names of super funds you were paying into on behalf of your employees on payslips.

 

However, on Tuesday 10 February 2015, the Senate passed a Bill that repealed this proposal. This means you don't need to make any change to the super information you disclose.

 

As a reminder, employers are still required to include the following superannuation information on employee payslip: 

  • the amount of superannuation contribution for the pay period (either paid or to be paid), and
  • the name and/or number of the super fund the contribution will be made to.

You also need to continue to provide details, such as your business name and employee's name, pay period and gross and net pay. A full list of what you need to include can be found on the Fair Work Ombudsman website.

 

Source: Sunsuper eNews Update Issue 36 2015

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