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Start getting ready for Single Touch Payroll reporting (Australia)
If you have 20 or more employees, you’ll soon need to start reporting payroll and super information to the ATO using Single Touch Payroll. Start getting ready now, so you can hit the ground running.
Payroll Reporting button in Payroll command centre
Click Payroll Reporting in the Payroll command centre, for all things Single Touch Payroll. Here you can check that your employee and company details meet ATO requirements.
Payroll reporting window
There are a few important things to note in the new Payroll Reporting window, to help you get started with Single Touch Payroll reporting.
View and edit the company information that’s sent to the ATO when using Single Touch Payroll reporting. This is not the same as what’s in Setup > Company Information.
Check payroll details results
To help you see what specific employee and company information doesn't meet ATO guidelines or is missing, a list of things that need to be fixed is listed. All of these items need to be fixed before you can connect to the ATO and start reporting.
The list includes:
Compare payroll categories with assigned ATO reporting categories
To get an overview of what payroll categories are assigned to what ATO reporting categories, we’ve added a column to the Payroll Category List.
Also, the label STP category has been changed to ATO Reporting Category to make it clearer this information is sent to the ATO as part of Single Touch Payroll.
All categories are assigned to Not Reportable by default, so you’ll need to open each and change them to the correct category.
Here’s what else we improved and fixed
GST and provisional tax (New Zealand)
Sales and purchases
Usability and UI
Can’t edit or save an employee card (New Zealand)
When you try and create or edit an employee card, and the Country is set to blank or Australia, you won’t be able to save it. This also prevents the importing of employee cards using the Import/Export Assistant, and affects the API.
Workaround: Select a country other than blank or Australia (for example, New Zealand), and save.
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