How much superannuation should I be receiving?

 

How much superannuation should I be receiving?

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01-Sep-2016 02:06 PM

Mr Tax

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This is a good question if you have been working whilst in Australia legally then your employer should of being paying you 9.5% this payment is a legal obligation for the employer of anyone earning more than $450 dollars a month to pay the equivalent of 9.5% of their salary into a super fund every month. This does not come out of your wages but is an additional cost paid by your employer.

To find this out you can use Taxback for more information please go to Super Refund Australia

The average superannuation refund with taxback.com is $3380 so claim it back today.

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