We want to make superannuation SUPER easy for you and your employees

If you’re interested in partnering with us, contact our Employer Partnerships team:
Why choose Guild

With more than 93,000 members in our fund (and counting!) and $2.6 billion funds under management, we help our members enjoy the financial future and freedom they deserve.

Your responsibilities

As an employer, you’ll know you’re required to make contributions to your employee's super fund. But there’s also a few other responsibilities you should know about.

How to make payments

Did you know that we have an in-house platform that makes processing your super contributions a breeze? SuperConnector is a SuperStream compliant platform which ensures that your contributions data is validated and uploaded with ease. We are big fans of SuperConnector, but you can always choose a different payment method – whatever suits you best.

Claiming tax?

Did you know that you can claim a tax deduction for any super contributions you make on behalf of your employees? Yep, it's true! As long as it's going into a complying super fund, you're good to go. Want to know more? Check out the ATO website for all the details.

Paying super if you’re self-employed

As a sole trader, paying your own super can seem a bit tricky - but don't worry, we've got you covered! First up, you don't actually need to register as an employer with us unless you're paying an employee. If you want to pay your own super, just make a voluntary contribution via BPAY® into your personal super account. And if you want to get the same tax treatment as regular employer contributions, submit a notice of intent via your online account.

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