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Reconciliation of Your Payment Summaries

The six important steps of payment summary reconciliation that employers often overlook. 

Payment summaries generation is a simple task, however the back end reconciliation does take half to a day of work. Here are list of 6 STEPS that our staff have to go through to ensure that your payment summaries are faultless!

1. Reconcile all staff payslips in the past 12 months with BASs submitted to ATO during the year. Incorrect payment summaries is the biggest trigger to an ATO tax audit...we understand how important it is to ensure our data is perfectly matched with ATO data;

2. Reconcile all staff payslips information: Gross Salary, PAYG withholding, FBT, Super payable, Salary sacrifice, Termination pays. A full reconciliation between payroll report vs General Ledgers are conducted for the full year to ensure your staff pays are agree with what coded into your accounting software for the last 12 months; 

3. Once ATO = Pay summaries = General Ledger (debit/credit), our staff will print payment summaries and re-check them with employee payroll setup to ensure their pays are in line with their contract/award;


4. Payment summaries to be email to business owner/HR manager/CEO to check before we email to your staff;

5. Payment summaries to be emailed to staff before 14th July;

6. After 1 week from sending staff payment summaries, if we don't need to do any amendment, we will send Annual Payment Summaries to ATO before the DUE DATE 14th August.

 

 

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5 end of financial year tips for small businesses

If you are a small business, it is highly likely that you need to do everything to manage your business, from administration, marketing to bookkeeping. It is running well and you believe you are able to manage it until the end of financial year approaches. One client shared with us that EOFY used to be her nightmare and she was always lost with massive paperwork. 

End of financial year bookkeeping tips 

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How to Get the Biggest Tax Deductions from Charitable Donations

By Ken Berry

Reprinted from CPA Practice Advisor

At the end of the year, socially-conscious clients can boost their deductions, and thereby lower their tax bills, by giving a little extra to the charities of their choice. That’s still a sensible tax strategy as 2014 draws to a close. But a recent tax law change may give some upper-income individuals a moment’s pause before they reach into their pockets.

Tax deduction tips for business

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Personal Tax Rates

The Budget confirmed that from 1 July 2015 the tax free threshold increase has been deferred. The increase in the tax free threshold has been linked to the carbon price achieving $25.40 per tonne. This is projected to occur in the 2018-19 year.

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