Are you ready to use the SBSCH?

The super guarantee quarterly due date is fast approaching, and the way you access the Small Business Superannuation Clearing House (SBSCH) to make super payments has changed.

If your business has an ABN, you’ll need to access the SBSCH in the Business Portal with an authentication credential that securely identifies you to act on behalf of your business.

You have a choice of these credentials:

  • AUSkey
  • Manage ABN Connections via myGov.

Getting a credential is a one-off task. We recommend you organise this well before the 28 April due date to avoid any delays.

Check out The ATOs help and support tools that have been recently updated with feedback from businesses already using the new SBSCH.


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