All the resources you need to help manage your employees' contributions

Need a form or want to find out more about a particular super topic? Choose from our range of forms, factsheets, brochures, news updates and more to help you manage your employees’ super.

NEWS

How you might be impacted by the 2016 Federal Budget

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Documents

Forms

We have a range of forms to help you manage your super obligations as well as to help your employees.

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Helping your employees


 
 

NEW STARTER

Consolidating their super

Like a lot of people, your employees may have multiple super accounts.  Employees can consolidate their super to help manage their super better, while helping them save on fees.
 

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EXISTING EMPLOYEES

Boosting their super

If your employee’s income is below $51,021 (for the 2016/2017 year),  the government may give him or her a super boost of up to $500*. Plus there are many other ways they can boost their Super.
 

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EXISTING EMPLOYEES

Changing times

Encouraging your employees to continue working while they gradually ease into retirement can often create a feeling of empowerment for the employee during this sometimes daunting time.
 

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How Do I

Quote the employee's REST member number together with their full name, tax file number (if provided), date of birth, gender, residential address, email and date they began employment with you when paying their first contribution.
EmployerAccess will prompt you to enter these details under ‘Employee Management’. ‚Äč
Give your employee the relevant REST PDS and Member Guide and have them complete the application form and send it back to us. Then quote the employee's full name, tax file number (if provided), date of birth, gender, residential address, email and date they began employment with you when paying their first contribution.
EmployerAccess will prompt you to enter these details under ‘Employee Management’.
You’re not required to pay super for employees on unpaid leave, but you must advise us before their leave commences in order for REST to maintain their insurance (if any) and to adjust their accounts for insurance and administration charges. You can advise us of an employee going on unpaid leave in EmployerAccess.
If an employee passes away, please call 1300 305 775 9am to 5pm weekdays to report the death and to find out how the employee’s beneficiaries can claim their benefit.
An employer default fund is the super fund that you pay an employee's SG contributions if they don’t nominate their own fund. The default super fund that you choose must be a complying fund, which is one that satisfies the requirements under superannuation law and be registered by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) to offer a MySuper product.

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Awards and ratings are only one factor to consider when deciding how to invest your super. Further information regarding these awards can be found at rest.com.au. Past performance is not an indicator of future performance. SuperRatings Pty Limited does not issue, sell, guarantee or underwrite this product. Go to www.superratings.com.au for details of its ratings criteria. For further information about the methodology used by Chant West, see www.chantwest.com.au