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Single Touch Payroll — Reporting Closely Held Payees

Published on 29 Jul 2021 | Took place at Online, National

An exemption that relieved small employers from having to report payments made to their closely held payees through Single Touch Payroll ended on 30 June 2021. This means that, from 1 July 2021, small employers will need to start reporting their closely held payees through STP.

This essential webinar explained what is a closely held payee, the STP reporting options for employers of closely held payees, how to make a reasonable estimate, Superannuation Guarantee implications and strategies, interaction with other laws and the due dates for finalisation.

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Single Touch Payroll — Reporting closely held payees

Author(s):  Robyn Jacobson Presented by Robyn Jacobson, CTA, author of our recent guide to Single Touch Payroll for closely held payees, this essential webinar explains everything you need to know about STP for closely held payees, including:

  • STP reporting options for employers of closely held payees
  • How to make a reasonable estimate
  • Superannuation Guarantee implications and strategies
  • Interaction with other laws
  • Due dates for finalisation
  • Live facilitated Q&A.
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