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    Federal Budget 2022-2023

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    New Covid Assistance Measures


    Individual Covid-19 Disaster Payment

    This is a lump sum payment to help workers unable to earn income due to a COVID-19 lockdown, hotspot or period of restricted movement.


    Please click on this link to see what assistance is available to individuals

    Covid-​19 Disaster Payment

    Support for Businesses in NSW

    The NSW Government today announced a comprehensive economic support package worth billions of dollars aimed at helping businesses and people right across the state fight through the current COVID-19 lockdown.


    Please click on the link below to see how to reconfirm your eligibility

    Jobsaver and Micro Business Grant reconfirmation


    Here is the link to apply for the Business Grant with Services NSW

    Services NSW


    Please click here for our full FAQ's and further support for people in Queensland and Victoria


    We are here to help, Please call us if you need further assistance 02 9580 3353


    Late Superannuation Contributions are a bad deal for you

    I want to alert you to the pain and expense of making late superannuation contributions for your employees, or not paying them at all. There have been recent changes to the way the ATO applies penalties when superannuation contributions are paid late, and I want you to be aware of the significant expense that can result.


    When must superannuation contributions be paid?

    Superannuation contributions must be received by the superannuation fund within 28 days of the end of a quarter. There is a common misconception that superannuation contributions must be paid by the employer by the 28th day after the end of the quarter. This is not correct. It is the date of receipt by the superannuation fund that is critical. However, if you are using the ATO Small Business Clearing House and if the contributions are received by that clearing house by the 28th day following the end of the quarter, you will be treated as having made the contributions to the superannuation fund on time.
    If your contributions are late you should lodge a Super Guarantee Statement within 28 days of the due date of the super payment. This will minimise the interest and penalties.

    Why it is a bad deal to pay late or not at all

    The Australian Superannuation Guarantee system is designed to severely penalise employers who pay superannuation contributions late or who do not pay the contributions. This is because the employer must pay, at least, the Superannuation Guarantee Charge (“SGC”). For a quarter this is:

    1. The late superannuation contributions; plus
    2. Extra contributions due to a higher earnings base being used; plus
    3. 10% interest calculated from the beginning of the quarter to the time of lodgment of the Superannuation Guarantee Statement or assessment: plus
    4. A $20 charge per employee.

    Click here to read more about the super guarantee charges on the ATO website

    We Strongly recommended you view the detailed example from about the 3rd minute

    Click here to watch a short video on super guarantee charges


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    My Prosperity- New Financial Planning Services

    Nick in a short interview about our company

  • Contact Us

    Our office is located in Hurstville, 18kms south of Sydney's CBD. We are a short 750m walk from Hurstville train station.

    Postal address: PO Box 497 Hurstville BC, NSW 1481


    Strategic Wealth Management
    Suite 234 7-11 The Avenue
    Hurstville NSW 2220
    +61 2 9580 3353
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