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‘Shut down for Christmas’, insolvency expert warns “It could do more harm than good to keep your doors open”, an insolvency specialist has warned business owners, urging SMEs to seriously explore a shutdown period ove...
Micro employers urged to start STP reporting Clients who have yet to begin reporting through Single Touch Payroll have been reminded to begin doing so ahead of incoming deadlines. Write comment (0 Comments)...
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ATO advises on year-end system availability The Tax Office has detailed a number of systems that will be available during its major system upgrade program during its annual office closure period. Write comm...
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Business Growth Fund: ‘What’s the money going to be used for?’ “I’m all for making more money available, [but] money in itself is not enough,” the head of the Australian Centre for Business Growth has said of the government’s...
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80% of employers using outdated payroll software More than four in five employers are using software that hasn’t been updated in 20 years, according to the Australian Payroll Association, which also found a trend of i...
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ATO online BAS check to debut in 2020 A new online BAS check tool, aimed at reducing some fundamental errors, will soon be available on the ATO’s Online Services. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
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Sydney PappaRich franchisees hit with $308k penalty The Fair Work Ombudsman has secured close to $308,000 in penalties against an operator and two companies that had underpaid 154 workers and breached record-keeping laws. ...
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Fair Work commences legal action on food outlets Two Northern Queensland food outlets are accused of underpaying 18 staff, including young members, of almost $14,000 and providing false records. Write comment (...
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Tech skills to be in hot demand for future accountants, bookkeepers Technology skills will be the most sought-after skill for future bookkeepers and accountants, a new survey has found. Write comment (1 Comment) ...
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Ombudsman to scrutinise supply chain finance The small business ombudsman has announced a new review that will dig into the impact of supply chain finance, following concerns flagged about so-called reverse factorin...
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‘Wage theft’ leaves workers $40m poorer Australian businesses shortchanged their employees by more than $40 million last financial year, despite a staggering number of visits to the ombudsman’s website and pa...
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Rockpool accused of tampering with timesheet records High-end restaurant group Rockpool has been accused of wage theft of at least $10 million by tampering with timesheet records in a bid to deny employees overtime entitlem...
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