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Superannuation reports - Group by type

Started by Tracey McLaren in Feature Requests | Idea

Can we please have a report that totals the different types of superannuation payments for each employee for the period selected. The reports currently available are not very useful as they either contain every pay period separately (Superannuation Payments or Superannuation Accruals) or only provide totals for the SGC (Payroll Employee Summary). This means that I have to use a number of reports, export them to XL then manually add them to calculate the types of super that need to be reported separately.
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Aah appreciate the difference and thanks for confirming, Tracey. We'll leave these ideas separate to get an idea of the interest in each. I'll be sure to update you if there are any plans to implement changes to the payroll reports for superannuation.
 

Kelly M (Community Manager)

Best Reply as chosen by Tracey McLaren (Original Poster)
Hi Kelly,
Both are questions about superannuation reports.
However my request is for a report that shows the following super payments for each employee:
1. SGC
2. Additional employer payments
3. Salary sacrifice payments
4. Voluntary employee payments.
This is the info that all Australian companies are obligated to report and should be readily available.

The other is a request for a report for each type of super fund/employee.

What both requests show is that the super reports currently available are totally inadequate. I am surprised that Australian legal requirements where not checked prior to your reports being set up.
 

Tracey McLaren