If you are an employee, remember that your employer is legally obliged to make your super contributions no less often than every quarter.
But while your employer may have included a super amount on your pay slip, unfortunately this doesn’t always mean they have paid your super into your account. Even though it’s a legal requirement for them to do so.
That’s why we urge our members to check their REI Super account on a regular basis to make sure your employer’s super contributions are going in.
You can easily check the super contributions you’ve received by logging into your REI Super account.
- Go to the login page and enter your Member Number and PIN to login to your online account
- Click on the Contributions tab to see a summary of contributions to your account
- Click on History next to Superannuation guarantee contributions
- You'll come to a screen that lists all your employer's individual contributions to your account. It will show you the dates and the amounts your employer has made.
If you think your employer has missed paying any of your superannuation contributions you should ask them. Employers not meeting their obligations are at risk of a Tax office audit.
Remember that super is YOUR money, just like your wages.
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