Find the answers to all your QuickSuper questions below.
QuickSuper is an online portal that lets you make super payments by either file upload (for multiple employees) or by direct entry (for individual employees). You can make a corresponding payment using either direct debit or EFT. Once the contribution details have been submitted, QuickSuper will generate information on how to pay. Each nominated fund will receive the contribution data and payment information to allocate to the relevant member/s.
Yes. QuickSuper caters for all super funds registered in Australia that can accept payment via direct credit or cheque.
Employers must be registered as a participating employer with CareSuper. If you already have a CareSuper employer number but have never previously completed a registration form with us, you’ll need to do so before signing up for QuickSuper. Call 1300 360 149 or contact our Client Partnership team for assistance.
No. QuickSuper is free of charge for all registered CareSuper employers.
QuickSuper promotes two key methods for managing your employer contributions.
- File upload – Do you upload a payroll file to submit your contributions? If so, you can quickly begin remitting via QuickSuper. QuickSuper promotes the use of the industry standard ‘SuperStream alternative file format’ (SAFF)
- Direct/grid entry – Prefer to use the grid/table entry? If you’re happy to enter or to upload your employee information, you can enter your employer data directly into the online grid.
As QuickSuper allows single- and multi-employer accounts, we will combine any known entities under the one login. This is managed based on the primary email address held on the account.
QuickSuper does not send an email confirmation that a payment has been made to the nominated fund/s. However, if there are any errors you will be contacted via email. You can log in and view the history at any time to confirm payment status.
Yes. QuickSuper can pay to a SMSF. You will need to register a SMSF in QuickSuper before a contribution can be made to it. This is done by registering the SMSF fund using the fund’s details. After we ask you to register with QuickSuper, you’ll be able to find step-by-step instructions on how you can do this in the QuickSuper user guide.
We’re really sorry we’ve kept you waiting. Our employer customer service team is currently receiving a high volume of calls, which are taking longer than usual to complete.
We’ve allocated several additional team members to assist with taking employer calls to help you get set up. This has helped us reduce wait times significantly, and we’ll continue to monitor and allocate resources to assist. We’ve also updated the frequently asked questions on this page, which we hope will help with some of your queries.
Over the last few months, we’ve emailed and written to all employers whose contact details we have on file to let them know about the upcoming changes. If you didn’t receive any of our communications, there’s a chance there may be other people in your organisation who are recorded on your employer account and had the communications addressed to them. We also understand it’s easy to miss emails and letters and sometimes emails are incorrectly filed as junk. Let us know if you’d like us to update your contact details or reissue any of our communications.
As part of the recent changes to our service providers and systems, when we set you up with a QuickSuper account, we pre-loaded all data for your employees who have their super paid to CareSuper. Unfortunately, due to privacy regulations, we are not able to access and upload the information you entered in relation to employees who are not CareSuper members, as we have no right to that information and we can’t extract it from the historic system.
While we’ve tried to reduce the impact of this change for employers, we recognise it is very inconvenient, and we apologise.
Please see the FAQ ‘How do I add my employees who are not CareSuper members’ to learn more about adding these employees.
The nature of our relationship with our new clearing house, QuickSuper, is different from SCH-Online in that it’s operated by a third party (Westpac) and doesn’t allow you to generate a member number for your employees up front.
To set up your employees with a new CareSuper member number in QuickSuper, simply submit a contribution for them and leave the Member Client Identifier field (member number) blank. We’ll set up your new employee based on the information you provide, generate a member number and allocate the contribution amount. We’ll then send a SuperStream message back to QuickSuper with the new member number for your employee.
We encourage you to monitor your SuperStream messages in QuickSuper whenever you make a contribution for an employee. Please read the QuickSuper user guide for instructions on how to retrieve SuperStream messages, including member numbers, from QuickSuper.
Any of your employees who are not CareSuper members will need to be added manually the first time you pay a contribution for them through the new system, or you can include them in a (SuperStream Alternative File Format (SAFF) or Employee upload file. The QuickSuper user guide, which you can find in the downloads section of the QuickSuper site, explains how to do this.
Please note if any of your non-CareSuper employees contribute to an SMSF, you’ll need to set up the SMSF in the QuickSuper system. Please refer to section 4.2 of the QuickSuper user guide for instructions.
If you’re receiving contribution error messages when attempting to submit a SAFF file, please refer to the QuickSuper SuperStream Alternative File Format (SAFF) v1.0 Specification document in the 'downloads' section of the QuickSuper site. Section 3.2 of the document includes further details and explains each error message.
*QuickSuper clearing house is a product owned and operated by Westpac Banking Corporation ABN 33 007 457 141 ("Westpac"), Westpac terms and conditions apply to the QuickSuper service which you will be asked to accept. A Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) is available from Westpac upon request.