Posted in Compliance
on 10 July 2013
Did you know that you are required by law to give your employees their payslip within one day of their pay day, either in hard copy or electronically? Not providing your employees their payslips in a timely and correct manner can lead to serious consequences under the Fair Work legislation.
So… what should be included on the payslips?
The name of the employer
The employer’s ABN
The employees’ name
Date of payment
on 1 July 2013
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on 26 June 2013
What does this mean for you?
As part of the 2013-14 Budget the Government announced that it will gradually phase out the Net Medical Expenses Tax Offset (NMETO) with a "use it or lose it" system.
This will mean if you do not claim the NMETO in your 2012-13 tax return, you will not be eligible for the offset in any future year.
If you received the NMETO in your 2012-13 tax return, you will be eligible to receive the offset for all eligible out-of-pocket...
on 21 June 2013
The first annual Taxable Payments Report is due 28 July 2013 (or 21 July for those businesses who lodge monthly Business Activity Statements) for businesses primarily in the building and construction industry who have made payments to subcontractors during the year ending 30 June 2013.
The Government has designed this report to improve compliance with tax obligations by those contractors who are currently not doing the right thing. However, the reporting obligation...
on 20 June 2013
Do you need to make a super contribution, withdraw a pension or pay a business expense prior to 30 June 2013?
Don’t leave it too late – as 30 June falls on a Sunday this year the banks have recommended that payments are made no later than Tuesday 25 June to ensure that it is cleared and recorded on your bank statement prior to the last business day of the financial year – Friday 28 June.