Do you have questions around Single Touch Payroll? The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) recently announced that all small businesses need to start using Single Touch Payroll as of July 1, 2019.
While businesses that have 20 or more employees were required to comply with Single Touch Payroll last year, it wasn’t a mandate for all businesses with employees – until now.
If you’re still coming to terms with what this change means for you and your business, join us for one of our Single Touch Payroll webinars.
Single Touch Payroll will change the way you report your employees’ tax and super information every single time you do a pay run. Ultimately, this change is designed to save you time and effort and minimise errors, but getting STP ready and making sure you’re compliant, can seem like a big hurdle. Thankfully, QuickBooks Online integrated Payroll, powered by KeyPay, is STP enabled.
Our webinars aim to answer the big questions surrounding Single Touch Payroll and cover popular topics, including:
- What is Single Touch Payroll? And what does it mean for me?
- How can I ensure my business is Single Touch Payroll compliant?
- STP compliance timeframe
- ATO announcements around Single Touch Payroll
- Demonstration of how you can process compliant pay runs
Single Touch Payroll webinar with Diane Lucas
Tuesday 2 April, 12pm (AEDT)
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Single Touch Payroll webinar with Lauretta Finis
Monday 8 April, 6pm (AEDT)
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Missed the webinars? Watch the full recording HERE.
To learn more about Single Touch Payroll, sign up to one of our free webinars hosted by QuickBooks Online Certified ProAdvisors and Bookkeeping professionals today.