Making Payments - QuickSuper
As an employer, we know that staff super contributions are just one item on your very long ‘to do’ list. That’s why Statewide Super is making super simpler with QuickSuper.
Government SuperStream legislation requires all Australian businesses to make super contributions electronically using common data standards – and we can help make the process as straightforward as possible.
Make super payments simple with QuickSuper
Statewide QuickSuper is our online super payment solution. This free and completely secure service makes it easy to pay your super electronically, in keeping with legislation. Make just one, all-in-one payment for your employees, regardless of the type of super fund/s they have, saving you time.
Once you're registered, you can access the QuickSuper user guides in the Download section on the QuickSuper portal. The user guides will provide you with handy information on how to make your Super Guarantee payments, track payments over time, and easily access important reporting information.
You do not need to utilise Statewide QuickSuper if you already utilise payroll software or a different clearing house to remit contributions to multiple funds, including Statewide Super, on behalf of your employees.
Frequently asked questions
How does Statewide QuickSuper work?
Statewide QuickSuper is an online portal that allows you to make super payments to multiple super funds in just one transaction. Submit your super information one of two ways: either by uploading a file, or by entering the information directly (individually.) Payments are then made by electronic funds transfer (EFT). Once your contribution details have been submitted, Statewide QuickSuper sends super payments on your behalf to the nominated super accounts by the following business day.
Who is eligible to use QuickSuper?
Statewide QuickSuper is available to all employers using Statewide Super as default or that have previously registered with Statewide Super as an employer.
How does QuickSuper help employers meet the Government’s SuperStream legislation?
Statewide QuickSuper helps employers to greatly simplify the payment process for employee super contributions by allowing you to make just one electronic payment for all of your staff, regardless of which super fund they belong to. The QuickSuper payment process is in keeping with the Government’s SuperStream legislation and is designed to make paying your employees’ super contributions simple.
As an employer, do I have to use QuickSuper to pay contributions to Statewide Super?
No you don’t. If you already utilise payroll software or a different clearing house to remit contributions to multiple funds on behalf of your employees, you can continue to do this. There’s no requirement to use QuickSuper to submit your employees contributions to their Statewide Super accounts – it’s simply here for you, if you need it.
Still have questions? Take a look at our full suite of QuickSuper FAQs or call us on 1300 65 18 65 for further information.
The QuickSuper clearing house undergoes updates from time to time. This page will keep you informed of these changes in the lead up to implementation.
QuickSuper is issued by Westpac Banking Corporation (ABN 33 007 457 141, AFSL 233714). An offer to issue this product may be made to you by Westpac, subject to completion of the application process. The Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) for QuickSuper is available on the Westpac website. You should consider the PDS before deciding to accept any offer made by Westpac to issue the product.