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Micro Businesses and Single Touch Payroll

By now most people have heard of Single Touch Payroll (STP). If not, it’s a relatively new process that requires businesses to report employee earnings and superannuation to the Australian Tax Office (ATO) each pay period via an online report. This has been rolled out progressively since 1 July 2018 for large businesses, and 1…

There have been changes to hospitality awards for staff termination pay

Changes to Restaurant and Wine Industry Awards

The Fair Work Commission has announced changes to both the Restaurant and Wine Industry Awards. The changes relate specifically to the timing of final wages and entitlements after termination, which came into effect on 6 September 2019. Restaurant Industry Award changes Casual employees must be paid all money owed at the end of their final…

pay rise of $21.60 will apply to the minimum wage

1 July: Minimum wage up, penalty rates down, STP starting

It’s ‘all happening’ on 1 July 2019! First there’s the much touted rise to the minimum pay rate, plus further changes to some penalty rates, and the beginning of the mandatory Single Touch Payroll (STP) system for small businesses who employ fewer than 20 staff. Minimum wage increase The Fair Work Commission has announced a…

superannuation under the spotlight

Superannuation under the spotlight

The end of the financial year is fast approaching and it’s time to make sure you have all your ducks in a row when it comes to employee superannuation.   In recent months there has been an increase in reports in the media of employers not fulfilling their financial obligations to their staff. This is…

Pay rates for public holidays

Pay rates for public holidays

As you’re probably aware the Easter long weekend starts this Friday. And due to the seemingly random way the Easter calendar works, this year it falls near Anzac Day. So what should you pay your staff if they work on public holidays? Which days are public holidays? Public holidays differ from state to state. In…

Single Touch Payroll

Say goodbye to group certificates

Since July 1, 2018 businesses with more than 19 employees have been required to report their employees’ wages/salaries, tax and super to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) through Single Touch Payroll (STP). From July 1, 2019 this will now be extended to include businesses with 19 or fewer employees. Once the changeover has been made…

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