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.
When we say Amanda Gascoigne has the inside word on Single Touch Payroll, we mean it.
If you have a business that employs fewer than 20 people, you don’t have to use single touch payroll (STP) on 1 July, but you could consider jumping in early anyhow.
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.
As the government’s plans to roll out Single Touch Payroll (STP) draws nearer, MYOB customers are already reaping the benefits following a beta trial in AccountRight.
Single Touch Payroll (STP) will not be SuperStream 2.0 – so it’s important to get prepared now.
Single Touch Payroll (STP) is set to change the way employers report salary and wage payments for employees to the ATO.
Single Touch Payroll isn’t just a big change in reporting – it could change the conversation between you and your clients.