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Single touch payroll presentation


This presentation covers:

  • historical note current state of play
  • how STP works
  • transitioning small employers
  • transitioning micro employers
  • transitioning employers with closely held payees
  • ATO experience and getting ready.

Author profile

Robyn Jacobson CTA
Photo of author, Robyn Jacobson Robyn Jacobson, CTA, is well known in tax training circles, having been a professional tax trainer for 22 years and a regular conference presenter. With more than 25 years in the profession, Robyn has a public practice background in tax consulting and compliance, audit, superannuation and litigation support. Her tax training roles include five years with Webb Martin, then as sole director of her own business, Cyntax, before its merger with TaxBanter in 2011. Based in Melbourne, Robyn continues to be a highly regarded tax trainer, providing training through TaxBanter. Robyn is a Chartered Tax Adviser, Fellow of both Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and CPA Australia, and a Registered Tax Agent. She is a member of The Tax Institute’s Victorian Professional Development Committee and Victorian Tax Forum Committee, Co-Chair of The Tax Institute’s Victorian Women In Tax Committee, and Chair of CPA Australia’s Victorian Public Practice Committee. Robyn regularly consults with The Treasury, the ATO and the professional bodies on technical issues, and has been involved in ATO consultations on Single Touch Payroll for three years. Robyn is also an avid advocate, blogger, podcaster and social media commentator. - Current at 13 February 2019
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