Single Touch Payroll – the time is now

The government in mid-February 2019 legislated to include Single Touch Payroll reporting to the ATO for all employers with less than 20 employees. So, what is Single Touch Payroll? Single Touch Payroll (STP) is effectively payroll in real time, in that, every time an employer pays an employee, all pay information is sent to theContinue reading “Single Touch Payroll – the time is now”

Single Touch Payroll – Act Now

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. EmployersContinue reading “Single Touch Payroll – Act Now”

The importance of planning

Over the past 12 months in the office, there have been many excited discussions about flowers, bridesmaid dresses and bonbonnieres (more than I care to mention!) but finally on the weekend we were privileged to attend Jesika’s wedding and watch her wed the wonderful Aaron.  We are extremely excited to watch them continue their journey together;Continue reading “The importance of planning”

Waste Free Office – the IQ Journey

This week is National Recycling Week so it seems like the perfect time to share how the IQ office is going with our waste free office concept.  The idea first came to me when I saw this image on Instagram which is someone’s rubbish for four whole years! When I first pitched this to theContinue reading “Waste Free Office – the IQ Journey”

Buying or Selling Property?

I caught up with the lovely Kristy Collins of Federov Lawyers yesterday and we were discussing the number of property sales happening across my client base at the moment.  I’m often asked why there is a cost variance for conveyancing and Kristy has been kind enough to share her thoughts below. Residential Conveyancing in theContinue reading “Buying or Selling Property?”