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    Default Reportable Employer Super Contributions

    Hi just needing some advice for this time of year DH's employer pays $207.79 (12%) super into his super account each pay period. They also take $103.90 (6%) from his wages each pay per period as a super deduction - Classified on payslip as Super MC6%. He didn't sign anything to say they could but started from the beginning of this financial year - he has been in this job for almost 3 years. When e-tax asks the question Did your employer make reportable employer superannuation contributions on your behalf? what do I put there? I have never had to deal with this before. Can somebody help me? Thankyou in Advance

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    Any super over the current 9% employer guarantee is in my understanding classified as reportable, so the difference of the 9% and 12% would need to be reported as its still classified as income, just income that has been put to super. But I am not an expert so perhaps others can confirm but that's my understanding when I do the group certificates.


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