Using your own super contribution system
You can process contributions using a clearing house or payroll system, as long as it’s SuperStream compliant.
Register your company details and we’ll contact you if there are any complications with your contributions.
In a rush? Call us on 1800 630 692 (8.30am to 6.00pm Melbourne time, Monday to Friday).
Have your employer number handy.
You’ll need the employee’s: UniSuper member number, name, address, date of birth; TFN; payment amount and types (super guarantee, salary sacrifice, voluntary contributions); pay period start and end dates.
You don’t need to register with us as a sole trader unless you’re paying an employee.
If you want to pay your own super, you’ll need to make a non-concessional contribution (via BPAY®) into your personal super account.
To convert your funds to a concessional contribution (providing the same tax treatment as regular employer contributions), you’ll need to submit a notice of intent.
Submit a notice of intent via your personal online account. This should take just 3 minutes to complete.
There are certain things you should consider before making contributions, such as eligibility and caps. Time limits apply to converting your funds to concession contributions.
For more information, read our After-tax contributions page.
Not sure what a clearing house is? Want to know when super contributions are due?
Visit our Employer support page to learn more about meeting your super obligations.
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If you’ve got questions about super payments, stapling and more, call us on 1800 630 692 (8.30am to 6.00pm Melbourne time, Monday to Friday).
Find the right form for your situation. Download fact sheets to help manage your super obligations to employees, and find our certificates for compliance proof.
Read our answers to frequently asked questions on default (preferred) funds, SuperStream, sole traders, fixing a contribution error and more.