Employee or independent contractor: What happens when it goes wrong?
The perennial question has reared its head and it was just a matter of time given the burgeoning gig economy.
Single Touch Payroll (STP) reporting irregularities: ATO contacting businesses
The Australian Taxation Office it is currently emailing STP enabled employers who have either ceased reporting for over 45 days; or have submitted employees under multiple payroll or BMS IDs.
Employee entitlements, ‘wage theft’ and Fair Work: Why it’s time to be proactive
The Press Club. Tokyo Sushi. Ezard. These three restaurants are just a few of the big names widely reported to be embroiled in the Fair Work Ombudsman’s crackdown on underpayment of staff.
How's Australia really doing - the real figures?
One great source of data about Australia. Become better acquainted with the country we love.
Pension deeming rates cut from 1 July 2019
The Government has announced that it will lower the social security deeming rate from 1.75% to 1.0% for financial investments up to $51,800 for single pensioners and $86,200 for pensioner couples.
Audit warning sounded as ATO clamps down on dodgy claims
The Tax Office says it will be scrutinising every tax return lodged this year as it continues its crackdown on illegitimate claims.
New ATO data-matching program – overseas movement data and HELP debt
The Australian Taxation Office will acquire overseas movement data from the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) for individuals with an existing HELP, VSL or TSL debt.