Published on 01 May 14
by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper covers:
when an obligation to pay SGC arises
calculating the SGC liability and why it can result in a significantly higher liability
late payment offset
what to do if late in making a superannuation payment
what to do when facing an audit
personal liability of directors.
Alexander Reade CTA
Alex is a Partner at Sothertons with over 25 years experience in public practice accounting, focusing on SMEs and
superannuation. Alex specialises in family businesses including succession planning, customer-based family businesses and
franchises, business structuring with start-up advice, purchases and sales.
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