I am so excited to finally be able to say that we are now in the 2020 financial year. I am being totally dorky but 2020 just sounds so cool to me…….people who have 2020 vision have perfect vision and in my mind – this financial year is going to be an amazing one. But […]
There’s a buzz in the air right now – it’s a busy time….on top of the usual May due dates that are quickly approaching, I’ve been travelling a bit lately, am Sydney boundwith the IQ team this weekend and head overseas next week. And then – to top it off – there was the BUDGET […]
Single Touch Payroll (STP) is a change to the way employers report their employees tax and superannuation information to the ATO and is done electronically through your accounting or payroll software. The information is sent directly from the software to the ATO. All employers need to ensure that they are compliant by July 1st. Employers […]
Denise O’Reilly, Director of O’Reilly Workplace Law shares her knowledge on the latest changes regarding casual employees and their entitlements.
So last night was budget night and instead of being glued to my TV I was sitting in a P and F meeting! To my dismay, when I said “we are missing the budget” – someone else said “we are missing masterchef!” and then when we were leaving I reminded everyone “we are missing finding […]
IQ team trip to Sydney…..
In a couple of weeks the ATO is asking all employers to do a headcount…….I have to admit this makes me giggle a little. I just have images of everyone lining up all of their staff primary school style and tapping them on the head as they count them and mark the roll. Obviously in […]
It’s taken me a long time to write this particular blog post, mostly because my opinion on this matter has changed so dramatically since I first came across the matter. MFA or 2FA is basically an extra layer of security to protect your online data. It’s an additional piece of information on top of a […]
I’ve just returned from a MYOB conference at Alice Springs. I’ve never been to the Northern Territory before and while the trip has definitely reinforced that I am a 5 star girl, it was pretty amazing to see Uluru and learn a little more about the Australian outback. The MYOB conference itself was also […]
I think I may have been holding my breath tonight as the treasurer began his speech – how ridiculous am I? Clearly I was excited about tonight’s budget; last year the report seemed skewed by the looming election date and I was genuinely looking forward to hearing about the general financial plan for our country. […]