Contributing to VicSuper
Paying contributions to VicSuper
VicSuper Scheme accepts all contributions you may make on behalf of your employees, including:
- compulsory Superannuation Guarantee (SG) contributions
- salary sacrifice contributions
- personal contributions via payroll deduction
- any other additional employer contributions.
Contributions can be sent to VicSuper via:
- Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
- Employer-initiated direct debit (available through VicSuper EmployersOnline)
- BPAY (available through VicSuper EmployersOnline)
- cheque, made payable to VicSuper Fund.
Find out how to submit contribution details to VicSuper.
Providing employee details
You should inform us when your employer who is a VicSuper Fund member:
- changes their name or address
- takes maternity leave or extended unpaid leave (please include start and end of leave period)
- stops working with you
You should also inform us when:
- a new employee starts working with you
- an existing employee makes VicSuper Fund their chosen fund
- your organisation's primary contact person changes
- your company's trading name, address, ABN or company signatories changes.
When providing or updating employee details, please include the following information (if applicable) to ensure the correct member is identified:
- VicSuper member number
- payroll number
- full name
- date of birth
- full residential address (and postal address, if different from residential address)
- Tax File Number
- email address (if available)
- mobile or daytime phone number (if available)
- start date
As an employer you are responsible for passing on employee Tax File Numbers received for superannuation purposes to their superannuation fund with your next contribution to the fund.
Find out how to submit employee details to VicSuper.