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Are you or your clients unsure of your SuperStream obligations? Become an expert by hearing from the experts on all things SuperStream.
SuperStream is the Federal Government's new standard for creating and sending superannuation contributions data and payments between employers and super funds. A main aim of SuperStream is to ensure employer contributions are paid and processed in a consistent, timely and efficient manner.
The deadline for SuperStream for large employers (20 or more employees) is 31 October 2015 and small employers (less then 20 employees) is 30 June 2016. It is important you understand and start preparing your clients for SuperStream now!
This webinar is geared specifically at bookkeepers and will cover in detail the important questions/information surrounding SuperStream including:
> Why was SuperStream introduced?
> Who is impacted by SuperStream?
> SMSF Related parties exemption rules.
> What options are available to make super payments that comply with SuperStream legislation?
> How will ATO match data, and catch out non payment of Superannuation moving forward?
> What happens if my clients don’t meet their Superannuation obligation?
> Who will be liable for non payment of Superannuation?
> What additional costs are incurred by employers if contributions are not made on time?
> Tax implications on late payment of Superannuation.
> What do I do if my client wishes to lodge their superannuation late?
> How far back can the ATO go if they decide to audit my client?
> When must a contribution be received by the fund to make it eligible for a tax deduction?
> How can I use the Sunsuper Superannuation Checklist(available to all attendees) to ensure my clients are compliant with Superannuation and potentially grow my business?
The webinar will culminate with an interactive question and answer session.
Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Hours
You can claim 1 hour of CPE for attending this webinar.
Should you have any questions, please contact the friendly team at ABN on 1300 856 710