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Single Touch Payroll: Introduction and Reporting - Smythesdale

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Address:
19 Heales Street
Smythesdale VIC 3351
Single Touch Payroll
Event Type: 
Business
Place: 
Smythesdale Well
Event Organising Body: 
Australian Taxation Office (ATO)
Event Organiser: 
Mick Cosgriff
Phone Number: 
5220 7201
Event Fees: 
FREE

ABOUT THE EVENT

Are you a small business employer with less than 20 employees?

The ATO in conjunction with Golden Plains Shire Council is delivering 2 workshops to help understand Single Touch Payroll and the reporting requirements.  

The first session is a 90 minute overview to understand how your payroll tax and super reporting obligations, as an employer, will be streamlined, using Single Touch payroll from 1st July 2019.

Find out more about the options and concessions available to small business employers to report payments such as salaries, wages, tax withheld and superannuation each time you pay your workers.

The second session, Single Touch Payroll: Reporting, is for those that require more detail around the logistics of reporting. This 2 hour session is a follow up to the Single Touch Payroll – Introduction workshop and is highly recommended for those who have already attended the Introduction workshop. You will need to register for the second session here.  

The first session is from 10.30am to 12pm. 
The second session is from 1pm to 3pm

A light lunch will be provided. Please contact Mick Cosgriff at business@gplains.vic.gov.au if you have any dietary requirements.  

Please bring a pen and your smartphone or tablet if you have one. After the event we will send you a short online survey – we value your feedback and suggestions.

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