Making Payments

As an employer, you need to ensure you make superannuation contributions on behalf of your staff at least quarterly, and you are required to remit these contributions to a complying super fund as per the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993.

We are here to help and answer any questions you may have. Please contact our Employer Care Team if you need assistance. 

Do I have to be registered with Christian Super to make contributions?

No, but we encourage our employers to set up an account via Employer Access. This online platform allows you to easily make contributions, update your employee details, and open default Christian Super accounts.

Click here to register for Employer Access.

You can also make contributions through an external superannuation clearing house.

Why Use Employer Access

With Employer Access, you can easily:

  • Advise us of individual contribution amounts for each member
  • Use our template to advise us of contribution allocation details 
  • Remit contribution payments via BPAY, EFT, or Authorized Bank Transfer
  • Advise us of new and terminating members
  • Update employee details

Employer Access also allows you to pay employees who are with other super funds through the Super Clearing House.

Super Clearing House

To help make payments to multiple funds easier, our integrated clearing house is now available through Employer Access.

Our superannuation clearing house allows you to pay your super once, no matter which super fund your employee’s are with. There are no costs associated with this service.

For answers to frequently asked questions about the Super Clearing House, please click here.

Read the Clearing House PDS for more information on Super Clearing House Online.