To find your SGC Super login, you will need to find your superannuation fund.
Most superannuation fund providers will give their members the ability to login to their super account.
Logging into your SGC super account can provide you with information about your account.
Specifically, after logging into your super account, you should be able to see:
- Your super balance
- Your super account number
- Super SPIN
- Your investment options
- Any insurances within your account
- Your super pension Centrelink schedule
- The tax-free and taxable elements of your super balance
- Investment performance and tax within your super
- Fees associated with your super account
- SGC contributions being made to your account
- Salary sacrifice contributions
- Non-concessional contributions to your account
- Death benefit nominations
This information can help you make decisions relating to your super, or provide you with any necessary information.
SGC Super Login
If you see SGC Super on your payslip it is important to know what this means.
SGC refers to mandated employer super contributions.
Mandated employer SG contributions are contributions made into your super account by your employer.
The super fund that these contributions are being made to is not called SGC Super.
SGC Super is merely the term used to define the type of contribution being made by your employer.
If you would like to know where your SGC super contributions are being made to, you should ask your employer.
Your employer will have information on which super fund they are making super contributions to.
You can then login to your super fund or phone them to obtain further details.
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Is There A SGC Login?
No. SGC is not a superannuation fund.
SGC is the type of payment being made.
There is no specific SGC Super login.
You will need to figure out which company you have your super with and then login to their online portal.
Here is a list of superannuation companies in Australia to help jog your memory.
Super Guarantee Payments
Superannuation guarantee payments are compulsory contributions that your employer must make into your super account.
These payments are calculated as a percentage of your wage.
The current SGC levy rate is 9.5%.
Your payslip should detail the level of SGC payments being made into your account each pay period.
This is what SGC or SGC pending means on a payslip.
Read more here about examples of how superannuation works.
You can use this calculator as a guide to how much SGC super contributions your should be receiving from your employer this year. Click here for calculator.