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SuperStream Compliant Contributions – Thanks for your help!

We understand that it hasn’t necessarily been an easy process to meet the requirements for making compliant super contributions under the government’s SuperStream legislation. This has meant providing super contribution data in a compliant, electronic manner, and paying contributions electronically too.

The good news is that nearly all of our employers are now making contributions in a compliant way – a whopping 93.8% of you !!!

We’re working hard to guide the remaining few businesses through the process before the final 1 July deadline, but would like to take this opportunity to thank our supporting employers for all of their hard work to make any necessary changes.

If you need any help to understand your obligations or would like more information about SuperStream, simply contact the NSF Super team.

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