Payroll

3 Things every employer needs to know about Payroll Compliance in Australia

2021-09-01T15:04:12+08:00

Whether it’s your first employee or your fiftieth, payroll compliance matters. But navigating payroll laws and following industry best practices can be a challenge. The most important thing for employers to get their head around is, that ‘payroll’ is not just about paying your staff. In-fact under Australian law, it covers hiring and firing, salary entitlements, leaves entitlements and bonuses

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3 Things every employer needs to know about Payroll Compliance in Australia2021-09-01T15:04:12+08:00

Protecting Vulnerable Workers Bill passed Parliament

2019-10-16T16:44:57+08:00

Franchisors and holding companies will now be held accountable for the underpayment of wages, poor wages record keeping and non-issuing of compliant pay slips. The Fair Work Amendment (Protecting Vulnerable Workers) Bill 2017 passed the Parliament on 5 September giving the Fair Work Ombudsman capacity to take action in cases of exploitation of vulnerable workers. What does this mean.

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Protecting Vulnerable Workers Bill passed Parliament2019-10-16T16:44:57+08:00

State Budget Update: Job Accelerator Grant Scheme extension

2019-10-18T13:02:29+08:00

Thinking of hiring that new apprentice or trainee? How does a $15,000 government rebate sound? The Job Accelerator Grant has been extended to June 2018. A grant increase of an additional $5,000 for each new apprentice and trainee hired was announced in yesterday’s State Budget. This is in addition to the previous $10,000 grant, increasing the total benefit to $15,000!

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State Budget Update: Job Accelerator Grant Scheme extension2019-10-18T13:02:29+08:00

State Budget Update: Permanent Payroll Tax rate reduction

2019-10-16T16:54:27+08:00

A small win for South Aussie small businesses! A permanent reduction in South Australia’s payroll tax rate for smaller employers has been released in the State Budget . What does this mean for you? A savings of between $2,082 and $9,800 a year if your payroll is between $600,000 and $1.5 million. Up until 2013-14, businesses with payroll < $1.5 million

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State Budget Update: Permanent Payroll Tax rate reduction2019-10-16T16:54:27+08:00

Our Guide To Payroll Year End 2017/18

2019-07-12T00:27:36+08:00

End of Payroll Year Compliance Deadlines. With end of year approaching, as an employer there are a number of compliance deadlines that you need to meet. These include: Issuing annual payment summaries to your staff due no later than 14 July 2017 Issuing annual payment summaries to the ATO due no later than 14 August 2017 Annual Return to Work.

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Our Guide To Payroll Year End 2017/182019-07-12T00:27:36+08:00

Award Rates Increase – Penalty Rates Decrease

2021-11-12T19:56:52+08:00

Get set for a 3.3% increase to minimum wages – 2017 Annual Wage Review. The Fair Work Commission (FWC) has announced a 3.3% increase to minimum wages. The increase applies from the first full pay period starting on or after 1 July 2017. The new national minimum wage will be $694.90 per week or $18.29 per hour.

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Award Rates Increase – Penalty Rates Decrease2021-11-12T19:56:52+08:00

South Australian State Budget 2016: A Lucent View

2019-10-16T17:00:46+08:00

Key Items Job Creation Grant Scheme (source page 13 of 2016-17 Budget Measures Statement ) Grants will be made available for every new employee hired and maintained for two years by eligible businesses with total payrolls of $5 million or less. Businesses that increase their number of South Australian employees will be eligible to receive a grant for each additional.

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South Australian State Budget 2016: A Lucent View2019-10-16T17:00:46+08:00

Our guide to Payroll Year End 2016/17

2019-07-12T00:38:52+08:00

End of Payroll Year Compliance Deadlines Information we require from you A reminder of some of the changes taking place in the 2016/17 payroll year End of Payroll Year Compliance Deadlines With end of year approaching, as an employer there are a number of compliance deadlines that you need to meet. These include: Issuing annual payment summaries to your.

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Our guide to Payroll Year End 2016/172019-07-12T00:38:52+08:00
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