DELETING A REPORT NOT SENT TO ATO

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DELETING A REPORT NOT SENT TO ATO

Hi

 

Is there a way to delete a report not sent to the ATO in Single Touch Payroll?  It is for a single payment that was processed twice in error.  One payment was processed correctly and the report sent to the ATO.  The second payment was deleted and no longer exists in MYOB but the report is still sat as unsent to the ATO and does not ever need to be sent.

 

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Re: DELETING A REPORT NOT SENT TO ATO

Hi @ZNrth 

 

Currently, pay runs as not able to be removed from the Payroll Reporting Centre. There are various reasons for keeping track of the pay events that are created, sent/unsent and even rejected. The most common reason is that it includes an aduit history of what has occurred with the pays for record-keeping purposes.


We do understand that that in some cases the Payroll Reporting Centre can be a long list after including those possibly now unwanted pay events. The addition of a filter on the Payroll Reporting Centre to potentially remove those unwanted pay events is something that we are considering for the future.

 

Note: MYOB Software will report the employee's year-to-date information to the ATO as per the ATO guidelines on STP.

Kind regards,
Steven

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Re: DELETING A REPORT NOT SENT TO ATO

Thank you for your reply.  I will leave the report there.

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