Get ready for STP2 reporting

2023 0329 Stp Phase 2 Is Ready

Single Touch Payroll (STP) has been expanded, and the ATO have now introduced STP Phase 2.

As an employer, you’ll need to report more information about your employees each pay day. You can do this through your payroll software.

The ATO have worked closely with Digital Service Providers (DSPs) and most payroll software is now ready for STP Phase 2 reporting.

Contact your DSP to check that your payroll software is ready. If you’re not prepared for STP Phase 2, your registered tax or BAS agent can help.

To learn more about the changes to STP, the ATO have developed some simple, detailed guidelines to help businesses just like yours get it right. The ATO also have some resources designed to help you with your STP reporting obligations.

STP is designed to help you work with the ATO more effectively by making payroll reporting simpler for you. The ATO shares the information they collect through STP with agencies such as Services Australia.

Please reach out should you have any further queries or would like our assistance with STP Phase 2.

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