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Employer super calculator

See how much superannuation should be paid

Employers – calculate how much superannuation you have to pay.

Members – see how the regular super contribution is calculated.

Employer Super Calculator

Please enter an income amount
tool tip Please enter in the contribution rate. Contribution rate needs to be between 9.5% and 12%

* Generally, you have to pay super for an employee if they're 18 years or over and you pay them $450 or more (before tax) in salary or wages in a calendar month. It doesn't matter whether the employee is full time, part time or casual. The maximum income on which employers must pay the Super Guarantee in 2020/21 is $57,090 per quarter ($228,360 per year).

Employees who are under 18 years old must meet the above conditions and work for more than 30 hours per week to be entitled to Super Guarantee.

Please note: The answers you get from this tool are based solely on the information you provide. Calculations are only estimates of potential superannuation eligibility and assume no change to hours worked or remuneration received and may not equate with the eligibility period for the calculation of superannuation entitlements. You must check the information you enter is correct, as we are not responsible for any incorrect calculations.