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  • 1. SuperStream (A short story of a not so funny topic) This slideshow will help you understand upcoming important legislative changes to paying employee super (via a new data and e-commerce standard)
  • 2. Important • • • • • This slideshow is not meant to replace advice from your accountant/financial & other business advisors It is meant to assist you in understanding the Australian Government‟s plans with regards to superannuation & SuperStream This information is current as of July 2013 & may be subject to change Regularly check the ATO and Treasury websites for more information - see links at end of this presentation Please conduct your own research before making any decisions
  • 3. Agenda • • • • • • A brief history of super & some key points about the new legislation Employer milestones – when does action have to be taken? How do employers meet the legislative needs? What to do now? Where to get more information Close (finish singing)
  • 4. A short history of superannuation • • • • • Pre -1992 – lots of talk & fighting about retirement funds 1992 – Paul Keating confirms Compulsory Super @ 9% 1993 onwards – more fighting (different people) 2012 (Mar) legislation passed - increase super to 12% by 2019 Short/medium increases - 9.25% from 1 July 2013 and 10%-2015
  • 5. Meanwhile, others were doing reviews… • • Cooper & Henry reviews highlighted deficiencies in Australian super system. (WHAT? How is that possible?) The aim of these reviews was to research ways to maximise retirement income & make the superannuation system easier to use for employers, employees and funds.
  • 6. So the Government made changes to improve super • • • • A whole range of them, under a name called “Stronger Super” One long awaited change – increase super to 12% by 2019 (too long for some!) Here‟s a link on this (from Canberra) with more http://goo.gl/TmefW Of particular interest are the changes affecting payroll (processing & software)
  • 7. These payroll changes included • • • • A Stronger Super component called “SuperStream” Also sometimes referred to as the “Data & e-commerce standard” in some documents e.g. Back to Business Bulletin, Australian Government July 2013 SuperStream is a bucket of things designed to make the back office of superannuation go smoother Here‟s a link on this, from our Canberra mates http://goo.gl/YyQ4J
  • 8. One key point of SuperStream is electronic payments • • • How? Well, through the introduction of compulsory transaction or data standards between employers & employees and employers to superfunds. Yup, employers and super funds need to send & receive transactions electronically, in the same format.
  • 9. ….electronic payments (continued) • • • • Tax file numbers (TFN‟S) will be the main “locator” of accounts This same format will be used to submit information to different super funds The “gov” started implementing changes in July 2011, starting with super funds Super funds have to get their ducks in a row & get it all working by 1st July 2014
  • 10. So WHAT! (you cry as an employer) • Uh, well, from 1st July 2014, all employers (20+ employees) have to use the new data standards… “Give us an M, give us an A, N, D, A, T, O, R and Y – whaddya get?
  • 11. So WHAT! (continued) • As well as using the new standards, employers have to: • • • • Provide contribution data & super electronically List super contribution payment /actual contributions paid, on employees‟ payslips Choose a MySuper fund for employees who don‟t tell you where to pay their super (your default fund) Share more employee details with super funds, including Tax File Numbers (TFN‟s) So importantly, that‟s no more cheques, hard copy reports, faxing, emailing or posting of stuff related to super payments!
  • 12. So WHAT! (continued) Pssst! From 1st July 2015, even those with under 20 employees have to use the new standards too…
  • 13. There are benefits, people! • • • • • • A consistent process to make contributions for all employees to all funds Easier data/money reconciliation Fewer lost accounts and unclaimed monies - reduced reverse workflow! Less time “out of market” on member's funds Hey, regulated by the ATO too! More straight through processing, and longer-term, lower overall processing costs, they say…
  • 14. So two questions from here: 1. When exactly will employers have to implement these changes? 2. How do they do this?
  • 15. Q1 – When will employers have to implement? Answer: Uh, ideally by end of Dec 2013 or earlier! • • • • Actually the exact date for compliance is 1st July 2014 The problem is there may be a scramble to get it all working in time! In fact, it‟s expected that there will be a flood of action between April to June 2014 (It‟s human nature, right?) Here‟s the thing - there may not be enough time for software vendors/clearing houses to help everyone with compliance, if too many employers leave it too late!
  • 16. Q2 – what do I need to do? Employers using Sybiz Visipay Payroll have two choices: 1 Deal with each fund, sending employee data through a gateway Or 2 Use SybizSuper to process super to funds
  • 17. Uh, what‟s a gateway? • • • • A hub to facilitate the transfer of your super stuff /data to receiving funds The employer sends a single contribution message in the data set required The gateway will break it up and distribute to the relevant funds The funds choose their own gateways – you don‟t get to do this, as the employer
  • 18. If your choice is 1 – i.e. deal with each fund You then have to do this : 1. Format the contribution data file into XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language) so it looks nice 2. „Package‟ it, using ebMS 3.0 so it‟s properly addressed and gets to the right place (NB this address is not a street address, it‟s an electronic address) 3. Send the data using AS4 (secure transport mechanism /protects the Tax File Numbers)
  • 19. If your choice is 1 (cont.) 4. Ensure the data and payment share a unique 18 character reference number, so they can be re-united at the fund (NB - you will need to remember the reference number because it‟s used if a fund can‟t allocate or needs more information) 5. Identify the Gateway your default fund is using (or find one if you don‟t have a default fund) 6. Ensure the payment and data are sent on the same day Easy, huh?
  • 20. It looks sort of like this, if you‟re doing this direct: Employer Employer Contribution file Contribution file Payroll System Contribution file Payroll Officer Bank a/c Contribution file Contribution file Industry XBRL 123456789123456789 ebMS 3.0 XBRL 987654321987654321 ebMS 3.0 XBRL 123654789987456321 ebMS 3.0 XBRL 852147963951753842 ebMS 3.0 XBRL 658247953216987452 Industry Default Fund Fund Fund AS4 $$ 852147963951753842 Retail Retail Fund Industry Fund Fund AS4 Default $$ 123654789987456321 Corporate Corporate Corporate Fund Fund Fund AS4 Fund AS4 Gateway $$ 123456789123456789 Government Government Retail Fund Fund Fund $$ 987654321987654321 DIY / SMSF $$ 65824795321698745 DIY SMSF DIY / /SMSF Fund Fund Fund ebMS 3.0 * Graphic courtesy of SuperChoice
  • 21. Or if your choice is 2 – i.e. use SybizSuper • • • • • • • You may already be using a clearing house, but not using Sybiz Visipay Payroll and SybizSuper (Or not using anything) That‟s okay – have a look at SybizSuper! Does all the admin (formats the data, packages it, & sends it securely) Pays all funds with no extra effort, including SMSFs Also, no need to change your payroll output No need to identify your fund‟s gateway Works with SuperChoice, one of Australia‟s largest clearing houses
  • 22. With SybizSuper, it looks like this Sybiz Visipay Payroll
  • 23. There you have it… • • A short overview of Superstream/Data and e-commerce standard What now?
  • 24. First of all, get some idea of the time cost • • What‟s your admin costs of processing super, right now? Keeping it simple, here‟s one way to work it out: – – – Work out the approximate # hours cost to process super payments Then X per week/fortnightly or monthly/quarterly to get annual time cost Then X by average hourly salary of payroll team member = Total
  • 25. Keep in mind that there may be other time “suckers:” • • How many funds do you would deal with? (More funds, more time) Also, consider payment mechanisms! • • For example, one fund may require individual BPAY‟s at either member level or by contribution type – i.e. one account for SG, another for salary sacrifice Don‟t forget to add in ALL time. • In some businesses, the payroll team might process everything - in others, there may be a split on reporting and payments - i.e. payroll doing reporting and finance doing payments
  • 26. Example • • • • • Harry Potter Clay Factory with 50 staff, paid weekly Approx weekly time to process super payments outside of payroll = 3 hours 3 hours X 52 weeks = 156 Using a salaried position of $75,000 per annum = approx. $38 per hour * 156 X 38 = $5,928 per annum = approximate admin cost of processing super Why not find out the time required to process super payments in your business? * No additional on costs included, and for simplicity sake, divide annual by 52 by 38 hours per week
  • 27. Now that you know this, what now? 1. You can do nothing and wait OR 2. You could do more research (use our links at the end) OR 3. Order a free demonstration of SybizSuper Why not understand how it all works and the costs and savings? (When choosing 3, call Sybiz on 1300 179 249, or email us sybiz@sybiz.com or hit reply and order your demonstration from the person who emailed you this slideshow)
  • 28. Book a demo now & get preferred access to Webinar • • • The SybizSuper demonstration includes a booking to our “Ask the Experts” SuperStream webinar This webinar will allow Sybiz customers a chance to ask their SuperStream specific questions direct to industry experts Take action and book a demonstration – spaces are limited!
  • 29. Some sites for more information, but not limited to: • • • • http://strongersuper.treasury.gov.au/content/publications/ information_pack/downloads/information_pack.pdf http://www.superannuation.asn.au/ http://www2.superchoice.com.au/ www.sybiz.com Too much doggone* information… *Expression : used to express feelings of annoyance, surprise, or pleasure.
  • 30. See you soon…

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