The Small Business Superannuation Clearing House (SBSCH) will join ATO online services on 26 February 2018 and will no longer be accessible with the current user ID and password authentication.



ATO online services gives you access to a range of tax and super services with one logon, including lodging activity statements and updating your business registration details. As a result of integrating with online services, the new SBSCH will have functionality including the ability to sort employee listings and payment by credit card.

The current SBSCH system will be available for you to make super guarantee (SG) payments up until close of business Monday 19 February 2018. If you pay SG monthly, we suggest you complete your payments prior to this date.

Payments made by BPAY or EFT must be completed prior to 3pm AEDT on 19 February 2018.

To enable us to effectively transfer your data across to the new system, there will be no access to the SBSCH from Tuesday 20 February to Sunday 25 February inclusive.

Find out how you will access the new look SBSCH from Monday 26 February 2018 if you’re a:

The SBSCH will join the Business Portal, which is the main tool for businesses with an ABN to interact with us online. The Business Portal is where you can:

  • prepare and lodge your BAS,
  • manage your accounts and update your business registration details
  • send and receive mail through a secure mailbox.

Secure access to these services is through either of the following authentication credentials used to identify you and your business:

More than 100,000 users of the SBSCH have obtained an authentication solution and are ready to use the SBSCH when it joins the Business Portal.


To learn more or receive assistance, contact us at Lime Results.

Source: ATO- further information can be found at The information provided here is of a general nature for Australia and should not be your only source of information.