superannuation guarantee

Super guarantee debate goes another round

The debate about whether compulsory employer superannuation contributions should be increased from the current level of 9.5 per cent is constantly simmering, waiting for the next opportunity to boil over.

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Getting the SG settings right

Variations in personal circumstances show that a uniform rate of SG cannot be effective in targeting adequacy for all. However, we must choose a suitable rate – one that provides adequacy for most while not being excessively generous to too many.

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New super guarantee opt-out rule

With the concessional superannuation contribution cap now set at $25,000, high income earners are more at risk of breaching the annual limit, particularly if they receive contributions from multiple employers. Now, under an amendment to superannuation rules currently before the

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Super guarantee debate goes another round

The debate about whether compulsory employer superannuation contributions should be increased from the current level of 9.5 per cent is constantly simmering, waiting for the next opportunity to boil over.

More »

Getting the SG settings right

Variations in personal circumstances show that a uniform rate of SG cannot be effective in targeting adequacy for all. However, we must choose a suitable rate – one that provides adequacy for most while not being excessively generous to too many.

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