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Expanding Single Touch Payroll

By now most business owners will have become used to Single Touch Payroll. As we head into the New...

How do I apply for a Director Identification Number?

Australia’s Director Identification Number (DIN) regime came into effect on 1 November 2021 and will require you to register for an identification number. A director ID is a 15 digit identifier that, once issued, will remain with you for life regardless of whether you...

Director Identification Number for Company Directors

Director Identification Number for Company Directors

All company directors will soon require a Director Identification Number. A Director Identification Number is a unique identifier number that directors will apply for once and keep forever. This is being introduced to reduce the possibility of directors having...

The Future of JobKeeper

The Future of JobKeeper

On 21 July 2020, the Government announced an extension of the JobKeeper program to 28 March 2021 but with tighter access and reduced rates. From 28 September 2020, employers seeking to claim JobKeeper payments will need to reassess their eligibility and prove an...

Payment Summaries and STP

Payment Summaries and STP

The introduction of Single Touch Payroll (STP) has changed the year end processes for both employers and employees. Payment Summaries (or Group Certificates) are now a thing of the past, with income statements replacing these. Here’s what it means for both employers...

$1,500 JobKeeper subsidy to keep staff employed

$1,500 JobKeeper subsidy to keep staff employed

A subsidy of $1,500 per fortnight per employee, administered by the ATO, will be paid to businesses that have experienced a downturn of more than 30% (50% for businesses over $1bn).  To be a part of the subsidy, employers will need to ensure that their employees...

Clarifying Car Expense Claims

Clarifying Car Expense Claims

CLARIFYING CAR EXPENSE CLAIMS If you are claiming a deduction for using your own car (including a car you lease or hire), it is treated as a car expense. If you use someone else's car for work purposes, you may be able to claim the direct costs (such as fuel) as a...

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