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JobKeeper Update: Bookkeepers, don’t miss your monthly declarations.

Home » payroll administration As part of your monthly payroll processes, don’t forget to submit the JobKeeper Declaration. Missing the Declaration could mean missing out on receiving the payments. June due date looming To claim for the JobKeeper payments for your employees, your business must make a monthly declaration with: Current and projected GST turnover; …

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STP deadline looms

STP transition period for small businesses ends soon

From 1 July 2019, Single Touch Payroll was introduced for all businesses including those with 19 or fewer employees.   However, to support small businesses the ATO had allowed a transition period of three months to start reporting or to apply for additional time.   This transition period will end on 30 September 2019.   …

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casual employees

The Casual Conversion Clause and how it may affect your business

Are you aware of the Casual Conversion Clause and how it may affect your business? What is the causal conversion clause? The new casual conversion clause, which came into effect on 1 October 2018, addresses the obligations of employers who have casual staff working on a regular and systematic basis. This clause affects over 80 …

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Are you ready for the minimum wage increase from 1 July 2019? 1

Are you ready for the minimum wage increase from 1 July 2019?

The national minimum wage increased by 3% from 1 July 2019 to $19.49 an hour which, according to the Fair Work Commission, will affect over 2 million workers.   Who does it apply to? It applies to: all modern awards for employees on minimum wage; and the national minimum wage for award free employees. This …

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Payroll

Legislation passes for Single Touch Payroll for all Australian businesses

Last month it was legislated that Single Touch Payroll (STP) will be extended to employers with 19 or fewer employees, starting from 1 July 2019. This means that no longer will any business be reporting their payroll activity once a year to the ATO, instead every business in Australia will need to send a report …

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