I started a bread distributorship with a large firm for the delivery of bread and related products starting 1990 till I believe 2000 when we were forced to become a PTY LTD company. I continued on delivering for that company till 2012 when my contract was not renewed due to further cutbacks. I have been of the understanding that if a sole trader receives 100% of his income from one company then he is essentially deemed an employee and thus should have been getting superannuation contributions. Fearing for having my contract terminated I did not pursue any of this and therefore have been without any super contributions for approx 22 years. I still have all the contracts I have signed over that period but was still worried how I would even pay a lawyer to look into this as I was not earning enough income to go and see one. Anyone have any information that can help it would be appreciated. Thank you.