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Resources for Keeping up with Payroll Legislation Changes

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Legislation surrounding Australian payroll requirements is almost as complex as our taxation system at large. Keeping up with constantly changing legislation can be a challenge, but knowing where to look to keep yourself up to date will take some of the load off. Talk to a qualified payroll service provider and take a look at these resources for current payroll legislation information.

• Firstly, get to know the rules: read your state’s Payroll Tax Act to establish a base of knowledge surrounding payroll tax legislation. The latest Payroll Tax Acts for each state can be read here:

• Secondly, choose a payroll service provider that will keep you up to date with legislation changes. This will generally be a payroll service provider that provides an experienced and dedicated payroll consultant for every client. Consultants who have undergone compulsory industry training will have knowledge about payroll legislation so that you can learn about legislation changes from a real person, not a Google search.

• Visit The Australian Taxation Office provides extensive information about current taxation legislation. The ATO offers policy information, guides, forms, information about record keeping requirements, superannuation obligations for employers and regular updates which you can subscribe to. The ATO also provides access to many seminars, webinars and educational materials for employers, surrounding topics such as super and pay as you go (PAYG) withholding.

• Visit your state revenue office website for legislative updates and revenue rulings:

Take a look at our Useful Links page for further resources relating to payroll services. For further information about payroll service providers who can offer dedicated consultants who are up to date with legislation changes, get in touch with i3Group today.

13 Oct, 14

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