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  • Employer Newsreel Video Series - Single Touch Payroll

    Welcome to the first ‘Small Business Super Business’ Newsreel by the Nationwide Super team. In this August 2019 update, we cover the key details of the government’s new Single Touch Payroll scheme that is now effective for businesses of any size in Australia.

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    Nationwide Super: The super fund for small business

    NSF Super is now Nationwide Super, the small business super fund, as part of our positioning to cater for the changing needs of Australian workers and the small-to-medium-sized businesses employing them.

    The brand refresh to Nationwide Super is designed to better reflect our work with business owners and their employees across Australia.

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Employer Newsreel Video Series – Single Touch Payroll

Welcome to the first ‘Small Business Super Business’ Newsreel by the Nationwide Super team. In this August 2019 update, we cover the key details of the government’s new Single Touch Payroll scheme that is now effective for businesses of any size in Australia.

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Workplace Relations: Advice, Contracts and Templates

Workplace Relations: Advice, Contracts and Templates The Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) understands the unique challenges businesses face in meeting their workplace relations responsibilities. It can help you get it right, and provide you with free information and resources you can rely on. The FWO’s Small Business Showcase is a virtual one-stop-shop providing a range of […]

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Superannuation for Minors

Superannuation for Minors: How Does It Work?

Superannuation for Minors: How Does It Work? For most employees, Australian businesses are required to pay an employee super on top of that person’s wages, if the employee earns more than $450 (before taxes) in a calendar month. If your company has employees who are under 18 years of age, or if  they are a […]

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Ready For Single Touch Payroll

Are you ready for Single Touch Payroll? New obligations for any-sized business from 1 July The government’s Single Touch Payroll (STP) reporting scheme has now been extended to include all small employers (those with fewer than 20 employees) from 1 July 2019. Larger employers should already be reporting through STP or have applied for a […]

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How to Promote Your Business

Starting and running a business requires all types of demands upon your time and talents. And probably the most important part of building your small business is one that gets the least attention: How to promote your business. How do you reach those potential customers? How do you tell them you have the right product or service to solve their current concern? Find out here.

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Super For Self-Employed: Saving For The Future

Superannuation (super) for the self-employed is often underfunded compared to those who are employees with companies or other small businesses. However, in a time and age where about 10% of the Australian workforce is “self-employed”, it’s more important than ever for the self-employed to understand exactly how much money they need to be saving to have a comfortable retirement. Find out more.

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