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Posted 6 Apr '17

APA (NSW) Member Update – Salary Packaging

APA (NSW) Member Update

Salary Packaging

Friday 7 April 2017

Dear Member,

APA (NSW) has become aware that a number of members have had salary packaging deductions from their pay without a corresponding payment into their bank account or that expected salary packaging hasn’t commenced. APA (NSW) urges members (and non-members) to check their payslips and bank accounts to ensure that they have received their expected payments and to contact Maxxia on 1300 123 123 if they find and discrepencies.

APA (NSW) has contacted Maxxia who has advised us that NSWA has not provided them with a statement of carry over amounts from last years salary packaging that NSWA hold s the receipts for.

We have also been told that contradictory advice has been provided to members regarding salary packaging. We are in the process of trying to clarify these discrepancies and will provide members with advice in due course.

APA (NSW) has spoken to NSWA and will work with them to resolve these issues. If members have any concerns they should get in touch with us so that we can ensure their questions are addressed.

Regards,

APA (NSW) Executive

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