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Viewing and Adjusting Superannuation

Learn how to view and adjust superannuation in a pay run with Payroller

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Written by Jenny Park
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Learn how to view and adjust superannuation in a pay run with Payroller with our simple guide below.

If you wish to permanently change the contribution rate for super for new pay runs please make sure to change this on the employee card under Contribution rate in the Bank & Super tab.

Step 1: Click on '+ New Pay Run'.

Step 2: Customise the Pay Run Period, the Pay Period Ending date, and the Payment Date, and select ‘Let's Start!’

Step 3: Click on the super amount written in blue.

The following pop-up will appear.

Here you can view and add or adjust Super Guarantee, Employer Contribution, and Super Salary Sacrifice amounts.

  • Super Guarantee: the super percentage that as an employer, you are required to pay into your employees’ super fund. In general, this is about 10.5% of the gross earnings.

  • Employer Contribution: an additional amount of super that an employer can choose to give to their employees on top of the standard super guarantee.

  • Salary sacrifice: an amount that an employee has chosen to sacrifice from their gross earnings to go into their superannuation

Step 4: If you need to edit the Super Guarantee, click on ‘Unlock SG’.

Step 5: From here, you will be able to edit the super guarantee as needed. If you’re satisfied with the amounts, click ‘Save & Close’.

Your super guarantee updates will show on the payslip

Learn how to make other changes related to super contributions in Payroller with our tutorials:

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