Simple payroll software for small business

Less hassle. More free time. Accurate payroll.

Pay your staff

Wages Manager calculates your employees’ pay and generates their payslips automatically.

Free Support

Our Adelaide-based support team are waiting for your call, 7am to 7pm (ACST) weekdays.

Single Touch Payroll

Report employee tax and superannuation directly to the ATO using Single Touch Payroll.

Track leave accurately

Calculate and track annual leave, leave loading, parenting, personal and carer’s leave for an unlimited number of employees.

Make tax time easy

Prepare your end of year Tax Office information in minutes with ATO Standard Business Reporting included.

Accurate tax withholding

Stress less knowing the correct withholding scale for deducting tax from employee wages is automatically calculated.

Stress-free compliance

Meeting all your Fair Work Act requirements has never been easier with comprehensive reports to manage your employees.

Super and PAYG withholdings

Superannuation contributions and PAYG tax withholdings for each employee are automatically calculated.

Lodge TFN Declarations online

Tax File Number Declarations can be lodged from within the program so you can focus on welcoming new staff properly.

Payroll software designed with small business in mind

Save on your subscription by choosing a yearly plan

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  • Wages Manager logo with orange banner
  • Single Touch Payroll & Superstream compliant
  • Manage employee leave & superannuation
  • Calculate & generate payslips
  • Unlimited employees
  • From $ 31 .90 month
    From $ 348 yearly
    Incl. GST

Wages Manager is a standalone product, which will not work in conjunction with another Cashflow Manager product. If you require wages and accounting functionality you need Cashflow Manager Gold.

Cashflow Manager, and associated products, are designed to run on a PC computer running Windows 10. Mac users will need to download additional software. Find out more here.

bookkeeping tips

Bookkeeping is incredibly important to you if you’re a small business; both to keeping you informed of your business’s financial standing and also to avoid negative consequences for failing to report financial information properly. Read our 5 tips to do it yourself.