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Despite recent market volatility, QSuper’s Balanced investment option has led the industry in investment performance over the past three months.
Here are the most common questions we’ve been asked about how the COVID-19 health crisis may impact insurance claims made by QSuper members.
Government reforms will require insurance in super for some members to only be offered on an opt-in basis from April 1 next year.
By law, Australian employers are required to make compulsory contributions into their employees’ superannuation fund equal to a rate of 9.5% of their salary. This is called the Superannuation Guarantee (SG) and is a before-tax contribution. Here’s what you need know.
COVID-19 (also referred to as the novel coronavirus) declared a pandemic illness by the World Health Organisation (WHO). Here’s what it means for QSuper insurance.
Employers have many legal responsibilities when it comes to taking care of their employees’ superannuation, but what about considering their wider financial wellbeing, or lack thereof?
When it comes to calculating super contributions, the onus is on employers to get it right.
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Changes to superannuation legislation to take effect from 1 January 2020 will mean employers will be obligated to pay the Super Guarantee on an employees’ full base salary.