EmployerLink is Incolink’s contribution management system, which is designed to be user friendly, save time and reduce the paperwork associated with managing redundancy contributions, insurance and training levy’s.
Weekly Redundancy Rate is $78.05
Covers invoice period October 2017 to September 2018
$77.04 To the worker's account
$01.01 Industry levy to provide a redundancy benefit for apprentices
Weekly Contribution Rates Per Worker
Redundancy Contribution - $78.05
Portable Sick Leave (PSL) Insurance Contribution - $1.54*
Income Protection & Trauma (IPT) - $19.05*
Training Levy Contribution
Construction - $4.95*
Plumbers effective 1 March 2017 - $74.70*
Painters - $11.00*
*inclusive of GST
Calculation of GST excluding Stamp Duty:
IPT - multiply total by 0.0826989
PSL - multiply total by 0.0844
CTP - divide by 11
Breakdown for default rates:
IPT - base premium $17.40+ GST $1.74 + stamp duty $1.91 = $21.05
PSL - premium $1.27 + $0.13 GST + $0.14 stamp duty = $1.54
Incolink accepts a number of payment methods for employers making monthly contribution payments for their workers, including;
- Credit card (VISA / MasterCard)*
Employers are required to pay Incolink in accordance with the invoice periods as defined in the Trust Deeds and other agreements governing the funds.
*Please be advised, fees associated with making payments via credit card will be advised and paid when payment is authorised.
^Employers who pay via cheque are reminded that cheque payments are subject to bank clearance and may therefore delay the process of your monthly return.
Payment Due Date
Incolink redundancy contributions are due on the last day of the month to which it relates however payments will be accepted until the 14th of the following month. EmployerLink will automatically calculate your monthly invoice to reflect changes in the workforce.
- Please remove or adjust for workers who did not work on a commercial or industrial site the entire month.
- When adding new workers please ensure you provide their full name, address, date of birth, start date and their trade.
- If a worker has left your employment please update the termination date.
Payments received after the last day of the month following the month in which they were due will be subject to a 10% Late Payment Fee as prescribed in the Trust Deeds and any subsequent amendments to the Deed.
For example: The August invoice is due for payment by 30th August, however, because we collect payments in arrears we allow you until 14th September to make payment before taking action. Payments received after 30th September will incur the Late Payment Fee.
In accordance with the Trust Deed governing the funds, Incolink invoice periods are either four (4) or five (5) weeks dependent upon the number of weeks (Monday to Friday) that fall in the invoice period (month). Returns will not be able to be processed if they are not calculated according to Incolink invoice periods.
Incolink will send you an email notification when your invoice is available.
To process your invoices, log into your EmployerLink account and click on Invoices.
This page displays provisional and paid invoices. If the invoice is finalised it will display accordingly in the status column. Where more than once invoice is provisional you must finalise the oldest invoice first.
To process an invoice, click on the invoice number. A Tax Invoice receipt will be issued to you once the provisional invoice and payment have been processed.
|Please note that GST, if applicable, is payable on invoices. You will receive a provisional invoice where you will be able make the necessary amendments and return to Incolink with your payment.|