Accounting software provider Reckon has released a free single touch payroll mobile app before new regulations from the Australian Taxation Office take effect on 1 July.
Xero has responded to the Federal Government's expansion of Single Touch Payroll reporting by introducing a payroll-only plan.
Companies which employ 19 or fewer people will have to report through the single touch payroll (STP) system from 1 July, the Australian Taxation Office says, adding that they can take additional time until 30 September to do so if required.
New research from Xero shows "many Australian small businesses are still reliant on paper or spreadsheets to manage payroll as compliance deadline approaches"
All of Sage's Australian payroll products are now Single Touch Payroll compliant.
Accounting software provider Reckon says the latest versions of all its products can generate Single Touch Payroll reports for submission to the Australian Taxation Office.
Single touch payroll (STP), the next move by the Australian Taxation Office to streamline payroll reporting, is scheduled to take effect from 1 July.
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