The ATO is getting serious about unpaid employee SG super.
Legislation passed last week means employers can be forced to attend educational courses and even be jailed. The ATO will also have the power to issue what are called Director Penalty Notices (DPNS). DPNs make unpaid SG super a personal liability of a director.
The government is greatly concerned about the amount of unpaid SG super. It has now given the ATO the weaponry to address non and under compliance. And from July with the expansion of Single Touch Payroll to all employers, the ATO will know which employers to track down.
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