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Employers’ obligations to make superannuation contributions - Are you complying? paper


This paper covers:

  • contribution obligations generally
  • who is covered by SG?
  • where do contributions need to be made?
  • how much does an employer need to contribute to avoid liability?
  • when contributions need to be made
  • consequences of failing to make the minimum contributions on time.

Author profile

Simun Soljo
Simun is a Senior Associate in the Sydney office of Mallesons Stephen Jaques, where he advises clients in the areas of superannuation, financial services and taxation law. Simun’s recent experience has included advising employers both in the private and public sectors on their superannuation contribution obligations, and assisting employers in responding to ATO superannuation investigations. - Current at 20 February 2012


This was presented at NSW 5th Annual Tax Forum .

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