Amanda Gascoigne explains how to play your Single Touch Payroll cards right when it comes to SME clients with outstanding superannuation guarantee (SG) contributions.
Some payroll vendors received an STP deferral in 2018, but those deferrals expire soon. Now’s your last chance to make sure you and your vendor is up to speed.
With STP now a requirement for all businesses and EOFY just around the corner, starting discussions about how your small business clients are managing payroll is a no-brainer.
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.
Single Touch Payroll (STP) is on the horizon for businesses with fewer than 20 employees, as the government is moving to make it mandatory. Luckily then, that it’s easy to jump on board and the benefits of doing so are huge.
It’s not often that I get together with Xero, Sage and Reckon for a chat – but Single Touch Payroll (STP) is that important.
While nothing compares to witnessing the full scope of learning, inspiration and community on offer at MYOB’s high-profile accounting and bookkeeping conference, here’s a small glimpse of the action for those who couldn’t attend.
Single Touch Payroll (STP) has been a smash hit, but there was one lingering concern that has now been addressed.