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Used 9.5% SG rather than 10% in FY22

deigenma
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Used 9.5% SG rather than 10% in FY22

I just realised that I paid myself (sole employee) 9.5% SG rather than 10%. For some reason I assumed MYOB had automatically updated the SG percentage.

Any way I can correct this for the FY22 period. Apparently, I have until 28th July to pay the difference.

I only need to pay the super difference - not the pay.

Hope 'm making sense.

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gavin12345
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Re: Used 9.5% SG rather than 10% in FY22

Hi @deigenma 

 

You will need to manually calculate the difference then process a payroll as per normal, change pay and accrual amounts to $0 and manually enter the SG amount. Report pay as per normal. Pay the super fund.

 

Check this is set to 10.5% for post 1 July payments.

 

Regards

Gavin

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