Q&A session

Superannuation changes and your business

27 October 2021

2021 has been a year of change for businesses. Now comes some of the biggest superannuation reforms since 1992.
New legislative changes to ‘Your Future, Your Super’ and 'stapling' will commence from 1 November 2021.

What do these changes mean for you?

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Julie Lander

Julie Lander

CEO | CareSuper

Julie is a highly experienced leader and has over 30 years' experience in superannuation, across corporate and industry super funds. She's responsible for developing the business strategy and plan designed to help members and employers get the most they can out of their super fund.

Clarke Smith

Clarke Smith

Employer Relationship Manager | CareSuper

Clarke understands the importance of superannuation in every workplace. His experience and qualifications can help take the complexity out of super. He enjoys working with employers who take a real interest in their staff’s financial well-being.

Giaan Rooney

Giaan Rooney

CareSuper Brand Ambassador

Giaan's relationship with CareSuper began over five years ago for a campaign aimed at getting young members to care about their superannuation. She started contributing to her super when she was 15 years old and started swimming and has never regretted investing in her future.

    


Under the Federal Government’s ‘Your Future, Your Super’ package, one key change is the ‘stapling’ initiative, designed to save employees multiple sets of fees and remove duplicate accounts in the superannuation system.

But what does 'stapling' mean for business owners and leaders? 

With CareSuper we are delivering essential information on the changes and how being aligned with a trusted and top-performing default superannuation fund can help businesses. 

In this session we explain:

  • What the new legislative changes 'stapling' is
  • Understand your obligations as an employer and how to prepare for upcoming changes
  • How to align yourself with a quality default superannuation fund to help your business.

 

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