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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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Finding the right accounting software package for your business

Which is the right accounting software program?   The answer is all on them, depending on you and your business needs.   However it is important to remember to be flexible, just because you have always used MYOB don’t disregard Xero or Intuit Quickbooks and vice versa.   Have an honest evaluation of where your …

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A busy time for bookkeepers with Single Touch Payroll

A busy time for bookkeepers with Single Touch Payroll With the introduction of Single Touch Payroll (STP) Xero announced at their recent road shows that they are tipping the busiest year of all time for bookkeepers. There are up to 90,000 small business currently using paper for their payroll that will need to move across …

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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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