Super guarantee (SG) contributions were due to eligible workers’ super funds by 28 October.
If you didn’t pay in full, on time and to the right fund, you will be liable for the super guarantee charge (SGC) and will need to:
- lodge a SGC statement to the ATO by 28 November
- pay the SGC to the ATO.
Additional penalties or charges may apply if you don’t lodge an SGC statement by the due date.
The ATO explains more about SGC statements in this video.
Remember, our tax professionals can help you with your tax and super obligations.
Source: ATO Newsroom