Multi-employer: if you pay super contributions for more than one business
– go to Step 1.
Single-employers go to Step 2.
To upload a contribution file, you need to use a CSV file formatted to meet the Government’s data standards. To upload a contribution file, you need to use a CSV file formatted to meet the Government’s data standards. File that works well with Quicksuper SAFF (Superstream Alternative File Format).
The easiest way to ensure your CSV file is compliant is to download the template at in QuickSuper in the QuickSuper Downloads section. Get the QuickSuper CSV troubleshooting guide.
If you decide to create your own CSV file, you need to make sure you exactly match the specifications in the table on the following pages.
The format of the data and columns match the required data specifications› The data is always saved and uploaded as a CSV file ONLY. If you don’t follow the specifications, the file won’t upload to QuickSuper.
QuickSuper gives you a detailed reporting history of your super payments.
To view new default member numbers when you created new default employees:
To access, simply go to the Reports tab and select Contribution Summary Report.
This report details your total super payments amounts and the total number of payments. To export this report, all you need to do is choose your report period by: › Month › Calendar year › Financial year. You’re now ready to download the report.
How to view and download reports for different days
If you want to view more information about an individual response you can continue to view the full response message by expanding the SuperStream menu and selecting View Messages click on Received Message Responses.