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Three payroll blunders to avoid

- February 2, 2024 3 MIN READ

  When it comes to summer and seasonal employment arrangements, it can be hard to stay on top of payroll entitlements. Luis Sanchez Castillo, Executive GM Product, Xero, shares how to avoid the worst payroll blunders and stay compliant. The summer season brings joy and relaxation to many people. But for a small business owner,… Read more »

Quick guide to paying super for your staff

The quick guide to paying super for your staff

- September 7, 2022 3 MIN READ

The rules around paying super for your employees have changed in the past few months. Mark Chapman, Director of Tax Communications at H&R Block, has the low-down on your new obligations. One of the responsibilities that comes with owning your own business is that you are liable for paying your employee’s super contributions. Each pay,… Read more »

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Business Advice

Single Touch Payroll (Phase 2) is here: What every employer needs to know

- March 15, 2022 3 MIN READ

Phase two of the Australian government’s Single Touch Payroll kicked off in January 2022, further reducing the reporting burden for employers who need to report information about their employees to multiple government agencies. Ben Thompson, CEO of people-management platform Employment Hero explains what it means for your business. Reducing paperwork for employers while making it… Read more »


The six payroll changes employers need to know in 2020

- January 13, 2020 3 MIN READ

A new suite of major changes to employee awards and legislation will come into effect in 2020 and small businesses must comply with them or face consequences by the Fair Work Ombudsman. writes Tracy Angwin of the Australian Payroll Association.  Legislation and individual awards around employee entitlements change regularly. Organisations are required to comply with… Read more »

Business Advice

Don’t be guilty of wage fraud!

- November 1, 2019 2 MIN READ

From local cafés and restaurants to large retail conglomerates like Wesfarmers and Woolworths, it seems that we are hearing about a new underpayment scandal every other day. No matter how small or large your organisation is, any business owner can find themselves in hot water once accused of committing wage fraud, writes Tracy Angwin, CEO… Read more »