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Information for your employees.

If your reporting via Single Touch Payroll (STP)  your employees will not receive a payment summary. Income statement is now the equivalent of a payment summary (which some people still call a group certificate).

An employees  payment summary information will be available in their ATO online services account through myGov. It is called an ‘income statement’.

Single Touch Payroll

Single Touch Payroll (STP) is a new way of reporting tax and super information to the ATO. As of July 1st 2019 this is compulsory for all businesses with payroll, however there are exemptions for reporting:

  • through STP for a particular financial year, or certain payments

  • certain employees through STP.

If you are using a solution that offers STP reporting, such as MYOB you will send your employees’ tax and super information to the ATO each time you run your payroll and pay your employees.

The information is sent to the ATO directly from MYOB.

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Contact us if you require help to set up and run Single Touch Payroll.

PAYG withholding Annual report

As an employer, you need to help your payees meet their end-of-year tax liabilities. You can do this by collecting pay as you go (PAYG) withholding amounts from payments you make to:

  • your employees

  • other workers, such as contractors, that you have voluntary agreements with

  • businesses that don’t quote their Australian business number (ABN).

PAYG withholding is different to payroll tax. Payroll tax is a state tax.

At the end of each financial year you must lodge a PAYG withholding annual report for all payments not reported and finalised through Single Touch Payroll (STP).

The report must include:

  • all non-STP reported payments you made to payees during the financial year

  • the amounts you withheld from those payments.

Your annual report needs to be lodged by 14 August.

All Hills Bookkeeping Services Pty Ltd lodge these for our clients.

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Due dates for lodging and paying your BAS

The due date for lodging and paying is displayed on your business activity statement (BAS). If the due date is on a weekend or public holiday, you can lodge your form and pay on the next business day.

If you use a BAS Agent to lodge your BAS you get a BAS Agent concession extending the below due dates by nearly a month.

Just another great reason to use our services.

Quarterly reporting


Due date

1 – July, August and September

28 October

2 – October, November and December

28 February

3 – January, February and March

28 April

4 – April, May and June

28 July

Monthly reporting

The due date for your monthly BAS is usually on the 21st day of the following month. If the due date is on a weekend or public holiday, you can lodge your form and make any payment due on the next business day.

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