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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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Starting a New Business in Australia

Starting your own business is exciting, and a bit daunting at the same time. Your great ideas and energetic willingness to do whatever it takes to get going are tempered by all of the details. Your world is suddenly all about obtaining finances, proper licensing and adequate insurance. You need to become an expert at running a business, promoting it and growing it. Take a deep breath, and follow these steps to success.

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Casual workings are entitled to super

Are casual workers entitled to superannuation?

Are you a casual worker wondering whether your employer should be contributing superannuation for you? The good news is that yes, you may be entitled to super. Here’s a breakdown of whether you are entitled to super from your employer.

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How is my super taxed?

Saving for retirement is imperative, and one way to achieve this is by contributing to a superannuation fund. To encourage the culture of saving, super is subject to different tax rules. Let us break it down for you.

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What’s a superannuation allocated pension?

A superannuation allocated pension is started with a lump sum of money that you are paid from your superannuation account when you reach the appropriate age based on your birth year. This age is somewhere between the ages of 55-60. If you were born after 1 July 1964 you will have to wait until you are 60 to open such an account. Learn more.

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What is salary sacrifice and how do I do it?

Salary sacrifice is a way to contribute to your super account for future retirement and reduce the amount of taxes you will have to pay. Find out more.

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Super News – Employer Edition – Issue 1 2018

Super News – Employer Edition – Issue 1 2018 Welcome to the latest edition of Super News for our contributing employers. In this edition we help you get prepared for the government’s Single Touch Payroll scheme that starts on 1 July this year for businesses with more than 20 employees, look at the new and […]

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