Time is fast running out for employers to be compliant with STP Phase 2. Here’s what you need to know to be ready in time.
At the close of Week Two, Leanne Berry shares bittersweet insights from her experiences on the road with the ICB Australian Bookkeeper Summit.
Single Touch Payroll (STP) is being expanded to reduce the burden on employers who need to report employee information to multiple government agencies.
With a new mandatory start date, SMEs have more time to prepare for STP, plus closely held payees will now be included.
Single Touch Payroll, or STP, is an important element of receiving JobKeeper stimulus payments. Here’s what you need to know.
For those offering payroll services, rolling out a seamless transition to single touch payroll (STP) means discussing these important points with staff early on.
Single Touch Payroll (STP) is here, but that doesn’t mean everyone in business has a firm understanding of the concept, or its ramifications for their business. In this piece, Amanda Gascoigne covers the key things every advisor should discuss with their clients regarding STP.
Since Single Touch Payroll reporting became mandatory, it’s been unclear exactly how much wiggle room is available for very small businesses, seasonal operators and closely held payees – until now.