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Employee or Contractor?
A recent case has confirmed the position in relation to what constitutes an employee compared to a contractor....
What Awards will change as of 1st November 2021?
As of 1 November, there have been revisions to the minimum pay rates for various Awards, affecting several...
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Employers Should Be Careful That You Are Not Contributing to an Invalid SMSF!
Employer contributions cannot be received by self-managed super funds that have become invalid SMSFs...
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Single Touch Payroll – The Final Reminder Before It Starts Happening!
As mentioned in previous editions of S & W Insight and as a final reminder before it starts happening,...
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It is even more important to get the PAYG Withholding right now – Changes from 1 July 2019!
From 1 July 2019, employers can only claim tax deductions for payments to workers (employees or contractors)...
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Single Touch Payroll (STP) Reporting for Small Business – Are you ready?
Recently, the Tax Commissioner of Australia, Chris Jordan, issued a statement explicitly addressing Small...
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Single Touch Payroll comes in on 1 July!
Are you prepared for the implementation of single touch payroll on 1st July, as highlighted in previous...

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