If you are a Cashflow Manager subscriber and looking for support regarding Single Touch Payroll, please click below for a guide on using STP within Cashflow Manager.
What is Single Touch Payroll?
Single Touch Payroll (STP) is a way of reporting payroll information to the Australian Tax Office (ATO). Previously you reported this information once a year, now, the ATO needs a report after each payday. These reports must be submitted using a solution that is Single Touch Payroll compliant, such as payroll or accounting software.
Why do I have to use Single Touch Payroll?
It is a legal requirement in Australia that all businesses report employee salaries, wages, PAYG withholdings and superannuation to the ATO through Single Touch Payroll. Adopting new technology and embracing a digital future can be stressful. But with Cashflow Manager's payroll and accounting software, we make it simple and easy for you to stay compliant.
How to be compliant
If you’re already Cashflow Manager subscriber, you'll have no problem. Cashflow Manager Gold, Wages 1-4 and Wages Manager subscribers have STP access included in their subscription. If you’re new to Cashflow Manager, G'day! Check out our simple STP solutions for your business with a free, 30 day trial. That means easy, hassle-free tax from only $9.90 per month. Still have some questions? Drop us an email and we'd be happy to help.
Take the pain out of payroll
Wages 1 – 4 is our simple, low-cost Single Touch Payroll software solution for businesses with up to 4 employees.
Need more than just payroll?
Cashflow Manager Gold has been designed to meet the needs of small business owners and the self-employed by making it easy to manage financial record-keeping, pay staff and stay in line with ATO reporting regulations.
Accessing JobKeeper payments through STP
JobKeeper Payments uses the Single Touch Payroll system, enabling businesses to submit their eligible employees to the ATO for salary reimbursement. The ATO will use this information to determine eligibility for JobKeeper payments.
Click below to read more information from the ATO on accessing Jobkeeper Payments through STP.
STP by the ATO
When and how you report depends on what type of employer you are. For more information on Single Touch Payroll, please click the button below for the ATO website.