If yes, then you may be liable to pay their Superannuation Guarantee contributions.

If you pay individuals under a contract that is wholly or principally for their labour, you have to make super contributions for them, even if they quote their ABN (Australian business number).

Generally, a contract is principally for labour if more than half of the dollar value of the contract is for a person's labour. This person is considered your employee for super guarantee purposes.

An individual's l...


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