We thought this was going to have happened already, but it seems Single Touch Payroll (STP) legislation has finally passed, meaning all businesses are required to submit payroll data every pay run as of 1 July this year.
If you run a small business and manage payroll obligations with spreadsheets and paper slips, you’re far from alone. But with affordable, advanced alternatives and new payroll laws on the way, the old way of doing things is fast becoming unsustainable.
Tax audit doesn’t always mean you have done something wrong sometimes it’s just the luck of the draw. Reduce the risk of raising a red flag with these tips.
30 June is right around the corner, which means now’s the time to prepare for EOFY and tax time. Here’s what you should be asking your accountant about.
The Single-Touch Payroll (STP) rollout has begun, but not all businesses are ready. If you’re a payroll officer, here are the four steps to prepare.
Every year the ATO makes it known what sort of deductions will be getting the eagle eye. So far, here’s what we know about this year:
Small business owners can often fall into old habits come tax time, without considering some of the less obvious or most recent ATO tax deductions available
The single touch payroll (STP) revolution is here! The first step that changes the way you report to the ATO will happen on 1 April 2018.