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These calculators are designed to assist employers to administer superannuation for your employees. All calculators are in excel format.

Try our online AWOTE tool

Our new AWOTE tool is designed to make salary reviews easier to process and simpler to understand.

We encourage you to explore the new tool, the excel version of the calculator will be updated and accessible until mid 2021. Transition to our new tool when you're ready.

We're always here to help so get in touch if we can assist with the transition

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PAP Calculator

Calculate amount paid to members in pre-assessment payments when preparing reimbursement claim.


Calculator CSS part time

Determine Ratio Hours for part time members.


AWOTE calculator

Maintain salaries for superannuation using AWOTE Download the latest rates at the press of a button Find out key dates for new rates and required updates.

XLS, 133KB

PSS PIP calculator – use until 30 September 2020

Calculate amount paid to members in receipt of PSS PIP when preparing reimbursement claim.


PSS PIP calculator – use from 1 October 2020

Calculate amount paid to members in receipt of PSS PIP


CSS part time calculator installation

The CSS part time calculator installation calculator uses a standard Excel add-in to calculate the number of workdays between two dates. To install the add-in:

  • From the Options menu, select Add-Ins...;
  • In the Add-Ins dialog box, tick the Analysis Toolpak box.
  • Click OK.
  • Restart Excel for the changes to take effect.


The part time calculator can now be used. If the Analysis Toolpak is not listed in the Add-Ins dialog box, please contact your IT Help Desk for advice on how to access it.

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