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Salary Packaging Terms & Conditions

 Your employer has engaged Simplygreen Australia Pty. Ltd. (“Simplygreen”) to provide Salary Packaging Services to eligible employees.

 Simplygreen will only provide Salary Packaging services to you on the basis that it is approved by your employer to be eligible to participate in the salary packaging program.

 Simplygreen will only provide salary packaging for those benefits identified in an approved list (Ref. Salary Packaging Manual).


 Simplygreen will provide Salary Packaging Services to you from the commencement date and shall continue for a period of time during which you elect to have your salary packaged administered by Simplygreen.

 Salary Packaging – (In Advance)

 A salary packaging arrangement must be entered into before you provide the services for which your Employer will pay salary and wages.

 Application Forms / Substantiation Documentation

 To commence salary packaging you are required to complete a Salary Packaging Approval Form and relevant Benefit Application Form. These forms must be signed and approved by your Employer.

 Reimbursements and Benefit Payments will only be processed upon receipt of the signed and approved forms and the appropriate substantiation documentation.

 You must guarantee that all information supplied to Simplygreen by you is true, complete and accurate in all respects and that you will notify Simplygreen immediately of changes to such information.

 Acknowledgements / General Conditions

 You acknowledge that; 

  • Prior to entering into salary packaging you should have sought independent qualified financial advice as the complexities of salary packaging can have a significant impact on your financial situation.
  • Benefit payments and reimbursements will only be made by Simplygreen where it has received the expected payroll deductions for which you have submitted an appropriate Benefit Form. The payroll deductions must match the salary packaging deduction request indicated on the Benefit Form. Should a discrepancy exist between payroll deductions received by Simplygreen and payments requests, Simplygreen will notify you and your employer within forty-eight (48) hours of such a finding.
  • Should insufficient funds be available to cover a payment transaction, no benefit payment will be made until sufficient funds have been received. Simplygreen will notify you and your employer within forty-eight (48) hours of such a finding.
  • To be eligible to recover the Goods and Services Tax (GST) paid on a benefit you will be responsible to ensure that a “Tax Invoice” is obtained and submitted. A “Tax Invoice” must contain:

 –          The ABN of the entity issuing it;

–          The GST inclusive price of the supply;

–          The words ‘tax invoice’ stated prominently;

–          The date of issue;

–          The name of the supplier and the recipient;

–          The address or ABN of the recipient;

–          A brief description of each item supplied; and

–          For each description – the quantity of the goods or the extent of the services provided.

  •  Should there be any changes to the employees personal details which Simplygreen hold on file (i.e. mailing address, bank account etc.) or changes to regular payment benefits (i.e. increases to insurance premiums, etc.) Simplygreen must be notified by you in writing within five working days, or sooner if a benefit payment is required within this time frame.
  • Where there are changes to the rate of GST, FBT or any other taxes or duties levied on Salary Packaged Benefits, or the manner in which all taxes and duties are calculated, your Total Employment Cost (TEC) established by your Employer will not increase as a result of such changes. Therefore, you will be required to meet the cost impost of such increases under the terms and conditions of the salary packaging arrangement.
  • If surplus funds remain in your salary packaging account following a repayment or reimbursement transaction and you have no further salary packaging transactions to be undertaken – upon written request, surplus funds will be passed back to your Employer for payment to you as ordinary salary and wages. The amount will be assessable as income and subject to income tax at your marginal tax rate.
  • Additional superannuation contributions will only be made to a complying superannuation fund that complies with the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act and Regulations. It should also be noted, that your Employer may impose limits on the amounts of salary packaging for superannuation based upon the Australian Tax Office (ATO) “Age Based Contribution Limits”.
  • In the event that your employment ceases with your Employer you agree to provide to Simplygreen written notification of such termination of employment as soon as is practicable.
  • Upon the termination of employment or the cessation of you receiving a salary package benefit for any other reason, Simplygreen will cease the provision of services in respect of you, or in the case of ceasing a salary packaged benefit, cease provision of the benefit and any further payments to suppliers/vendors.
  • On the cessation of benefits or salary packaging Simplygreen will issue a statement of the total balances outstanding. A credit balance will be passed back to your Employer for payment to you. This amount will be assessable as income and subject to income taxed at your marginal tax rate. Debit balances will be paid to Simplygreen forthwith on the receipt of statement. It should be noted that were employment is terminated and there is a debit balance in your salary packaging account, the debit balance must be paid from after-tax salary and wages (i.e. it cannot be salary packaged).
  • The fees outlined in the Salary Packaging Manual are the Employers’ Costs, however, in accordance with the Salary Packaging Manual, the fees will be recovered from your package as a cost recovered by your Employer in the administration of your salary package. Simplygreen maintain the right to increase administration fees at its discretion and notify your employer and you in writing and by publication on the Simplygreen website.


 Should you be absent from your employment on leave with “full pay” then deductions will continue to be made and benefits provided during the period of leave.

 Should you take leave of absence “without pay” from your employment then deductions cannot be made as you are not receiving salary. You will need to arrange payments from your own resources for this period.

 Simplygreen would require written notice from you prior to taking leave without pay.