Take your payroll to the next level
How to prepare your business
If you have 20 or more employees on 1 April 2018, you will need to start Single Touch Payroll reporting from 1 July 2018. If you have 19 or less employees, your deadline is 1 July 2019. Find out who you need to include in your headcount.
Accountants risk losing their clients over Single Touch Payroll if they do not act now. Hear thoughts and insights from our expert panel from the ATO and Chartered Accountants.
The ATO has confirmed Attaché Payroll is now ready for Single Touch Payroll. Find out more about this exciting milestone.
The deadline for Single Touch Payroll compliance is 1 July 2018. You should have a plan for how you will comply. Read about your options here.
If you're not ready for Single Touch Payroll reporting by 1 July 2018, you will need to apply for an exemption or deferral from the ATO. Find out what's involved here.
A poll at the ATO's STP Employer Engagement Forum found that most are not very confident they will be ready by the 1 July 2018 deadline. Read about the key takeaways from the forum here.
Is your business ready for Single Touch Payroll? Mike Rich, medium business expert and co-founder of Attaché Software reveals why medium businesses need to act now.
The ATO launches its STP awareness campaign this month. Find out why Australian businesses should learn from the UK and review their payroll software now.
The ATO has announced that small businesses will need to transition to Single Touch Payroll by 1 July 2019. It's now even more important for businesses to start preparing, with all Australian employers required to upgrade or replace their payroll systems.
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