Is Christian Super a complying superannuation fund?
Yes – we are a Registered Superannuation Entity, and are open to anyone who is eligible to contribute to superannuation in Australia.
Our Choice of Fund letter certifies our compliance, and contains important information about Christian Super.
Is Christian Super an Industry fund?
Yes. Please find details in the Choice of Fund letter
How can I make payments to Christian Super for my employees?
Join now as a registered Employer. If you are a registered employer, you can make contributions online, by cheque, BPay and SuperClear.
However, you don’t need to be a registered employer to make contributions for your staff. These can be made simply by paying cheque, and/or filling out this form.
Is my contractor an employee for super purposes?
What is Christian Super’s ABN, SFN, SPIN?
- ABN: 66 628 776 348
- SFN: 1242 009 45
- SPIN: CHR 0001 AU
Can I use Christian Super as my default fund?
Yes – you will need to acknowledge that you understand that the Fund operates in accordance with its Trust Deed and Statement of Faith.
What are the advantages of using Christian Super as my default fund?
- Biblical principles are applied to all our investment options
- Easy payment methods – electronic funds transfer, BPAY, cheque and/or direct debit
- Submit and track your contributions with quick online access to your account
- Regular communication to keep you up-to-date and informed of any changes
- Superannuation and stewardship education in your workplace
- Ongoing support through our Employer Care Centre
- Over 2,900 Christian registered employers
- Award winning Fund
How do I change details for my employees?
How do I tell Christian Super of a change of contact details?
It needs to be in writing on your organisation’s letterhead.
Do I have to supply my employees’ Tax File Numbers?
Yes, this a Government regulation.
I am an employer. How do I pay for a Christian Super member?
ClearingHouse, Online, BPay, SuperClear, Cheque. Making payments
Can I make superannuation payments electronically?
Yes. Making payments
What is a work test and why does Christian Super need it?
It is a test to determine if the member is eligible to receive certain contributions. It is part of the Government regulations known as the SIS act.