The following section is an authority to deposit your wages directly into a bank account nominated by you. The Branch Number (BSB) must have 6 digits and the Bank Account Number must have no more than 9 digits. If you have any doubts, please contact your bank for the correct information.
hereby authorise Campion Education (Aust) Pty Ltd to deposit my wages into the account nominated below, until further notice.
Read all the instructions provided including the privacy statement before you complete this declaration.
For use by employers when offering employees a choice of fund and by employees to advise their employer of their chosen fund.
Section A: Employee to complete
1 Choice of superannuation (super) fund
2 Your details
3 Nominating your APRA fund or RSA
You will need current details from your APRA regulated fund or RSA to complete this item.
4 Nominating your self-managed super fund (SMSF)
You will need current details from your SMSF trustee to complete this item.
If you are not the trustee, or a director of the corporate trustee of the SMSF, then you must attach a letter from the trustee confirming that the fund will accept contributions from your employer.
5 Signature and date
Section B: Employer to complete
You must complete this section before giving the form to an employee who is eligible to choose the super fund into which you pay their super contributions.
6 Your details
7 Your nominated super fund
If the employee does not choose their own super fund, you are required to pay super contributions on their behalf to the fund that you have nominated below:
Section C: Employer to complete
8 Record of choice acceptance
In the two months after you receive the form from your employee you can make super contributions to either the fund you nominated or the fund the employee nominated. After the two month period you must make payments to the fund chosen by the employee.
The ATO does not collect this information; we provide this form for employees to identify and provide necessary information to their employer. An employer is authorised to collect an employee's TFN under the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993. It is not an offence for an employee not to quote their TFN. However, quoting a TFN reduces the risk of administration errors and if the employee does not quote their TFN their contributions may be taxed at a higher rate. An employee can get more details regarding their privacy rights by contacting their superannuation fund.