18 May 2018

Melbourne

PWC Melbourne - Edwin Flack 3 (Room)
Level 19/2 Riverside Quay, Southbank

VIC

Members $FREE
Non-Members $100.00 (plus GST)

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Single Touch Payroll - Expert Panel Event (Melbourne)

Single Touch Payroll - Expert Panel Event (Melbourne)

Single Touch Payroll - Expert Panel Event (Melbourne)

Overview:

The RCSA together with Prime Super would like to invite you to attend this FREE event on the ATO’s Single Touch Payroll initiative.

With the initiative being rolled out in a matter of weeks, RCSA has assembled an expert panel to give members the opportunity to finalise their obligations and ask any last minute questions they may have.

Our panel of experienced consultants will provide information to ensure you cover all your bases, as well provide an insight into any risks you may not have thought of. Members will have the opportunity to pre-submit questions, as well as ask questions on the day.

  • What is Single Touch Payroll (STP)? It is an initiative being introduced by the Australian Tax Office (ATO) to provide real time visibility over the accuracy and timeliness of organisations’ payroll processes. STP proposes to streamline the administration of employee payroll, tax and superannuation obligations for employers.
  • Who it applies to ? It applies to all employers with 20 employees or more based on a headcount as at 1 April 2018. Employers with fewer employees can still report voluntarily, although this is not a requirement.
  • When does STP start? It is proposed that STP will commence from July 2018. Employers will need to do a headcount on 1 April 2018 to determine their requirement to report through STP; organisations of 20 or more employees will be required to start transmitting from July 2018.

  • Melbourne Panel:

    • Chris Harvie, PWC, Director, Tax & Legal
    • Matthew Addison, Executive Director Institute of Certified Bookkeepers
    • David Field, Vice President of the Australian Business Software Industry Association
    • Charles Cameron CEO, RCSA

     

    When:

    7.30am - 9.30am
    Friday 18th May 2018

    Where:

    PWC Melbourne - Edwin Flack Room 3, Level 19 / 2 Riverside Quay, Southbank VIC

    Booking Terms & Conditions:

    This event is governed by the RCSA Booking Terms & Conditions

    For More Information:

    Jodie Radley
    RCSA Senior Event Manager
    P: +61 421 636 762
    E: jradley@rcsa.com.au
    When
    18/05/2018 7:30 AM - 18/05/2018 9:30 AM
    Where
    PWC Melbourne - Edwin Flack 3 (Room) Level 19/2 Riverside Quay, Southbank Melbourne VIC Australia

    Program


    Friday, 18 May 2018

     
    18/05/2018 7:30 AM

    Single Touch Payroll - Expert Panel Event (Melbourne)

    Overview:

    The RCSA together with Prime Super would like to invite you to attend this FREE event on the ATO’s Single Touch Payroll initiative.

    With the initiative being rolled out in a matter of weeks, RCSA has assembled an expert panel to give members the opportunity to finalise their obligations and ask any last minute questions they may have.

    Our panel of experienced consultants will provide information to ensure you cover all your bases, as well provide an insight into any risks you may not have thought of. Members will have the opportunity to pre-submit questions, as well as ask questions on the day.

  • What is Single Touch Payroll (STP)? It is an initiative being introduced by the Australian Tax Office (ATO) to provide real time visibility over the accuracy and timeliness of organisations’ payroll processes. STP proposes to streamline the administration of employee payroll, tax and superannuation obligations for employers.
  • Who it applies to ? It applies to all employers with 20 employees or more based on a headcount as at 1 April 2018. Employers with fewer employees can still report voluntarily, although this is not a requirement.
  • When does STP start? It is proposed that STP will commence from July 2018. Employers will need to do a headcount on 1 April 2018 to determine their requirement to report through STP; organisations of 20 or more employees will be required to start transmitting from July 2018.

  • Melbourne Panel:

    • Chris Harvie, PWC, Director, Tax & Legal
    • Matthew Addison, Executive Director Institute of Certified Bookkeepers
    • David Field, Vice President of the Australian Business Software Industry Association
    • Charles Cameron CEO, RCSA

     

    When:

    7.30am - 9.30am
    Friday 18th May 2018

    Where:

    PWC Melbourne - Edwin Flack Room 3, Level 19 / 2 Riverside Quay, Southbank VIC

    Booking Terms & Conditions:

    This event is governed by the RCSA Booking Terms & Conditions

    For More Information:

    Jodie Radley
    RCSA Senior Event Manager
    P: +61 421 636 762
    E: jradley@rcsa.com.au