Be prepared: Single Touch Payroll Phase 2

3 August 2021

Are you ready for the ATO's Single Touch Payroll (STP) Phase 2? Whether you're already reporting via STP or haven't previously reported but are now required to do so – it's critical to understand the upcoming changes and ensure you have the right processes and systems in place. 

Learn all you need to know about the impact on your business and what's required to be compliant.

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Every business that employs staff will be required to get on board with STP Phase 2 reporting from 1 January 2022. Our practical steps will prepare your business for the upcoming changes.  

This session is in partnership with Reckon and aims to help you: 

  • discover the what, why, and when of the ATO's STP Phase 2 initiative
  • learn how your business will be affected 
  • understand what you need to do now in your payroll software to be prepared
  • identify what to do if you're a business with Closely Held employees and now need to report.
Susan Rickard

Susan Rickard

BAS Agent and Training Consultant | Calculation

Sue is a registered BAS Agent with an extensive background in training and accounting across the public and private sectors. Sue’s passion is working with small businesses to ensure they are able to get the most out of their business processes and accounting software packages.

Andrew Hellier

Andrew Hellier

Partner Engagement Manager | Reckon

With over 10 years’ experience in the accounting software industry, Andrew is a dedicated Relationship Manager with a passion for delivering tailored business management solutions to advisors and their small business clients.

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