It’s easy to join Kinetic Super and only takes a few minutes.

Complete the simple online form with your business details and we’ll be in contact with your membership information.

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It can be hard to decide which super provider can best meet your obligations and provide competitive benefits to your employees. Talk to one of our key contacts and find out how Kinetic Super can work for you.

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Superannuation Clearing House

Your SuperStream compliant online solution, The Superannuation Clearing House (SCH Online), allows you to easily pay your employees' super contributions to multiple super funds using one file and one payment.

Choose Kinetic Super as your business’ super fund and get complimentary access to this system

To make us your fund of choice, speak to one of our key contacts or call us on 1300 304 044.

 

  • Access to SCH Online is integrated with your Employer Online Services via a single login.
  • Import contribution files from a variety of payroll systems.
  • Simple and easy re-hire functionality.
  • Sign up for ‘prompt and pay’ reminders.
  • Export contribution data in various formats (.xls, .xlsx, .csv and .txt).
  • Add self-managed super funds.
  • View contribution histories online for Kinetic Super and other funds.
  • Pay using BPAY®, electronic funds transfer (EFT) or authorised bank transfer.

® Registered to BPAY Pty Ltd, ABN 69 079 137 518​

SCH-Online is operated by The Superannuation Clearing House Pty Limited (ABN 15 086 576 721), a corporate authorised representative (representative number 290290) of the product issuer, Pacific Custodians Pty Limited (ABN 66 009 682 866) (AFSL 295142). Both the SCH and our administration provider, Australian Administration Services (AAS) (ABN 62 003 429 114), are part of the Link Group of companies and therefore separate to Kinetic Superannuation Ltd (KSL), the Trustee of Kinetic Superannuation Fund (KSF). KSL is not responsible for the products or services, views or actions of these entities. Employers should use their own judgment before taking up any product or service offered by a third party.