Localizations for Australia

Businesses in Australia can install the following reports:

GST Calculation Worksheet

If you are a business registered for GST you need to lodge a business activity statement (BAS). GST Calculation Worksheet allows you to work out GST amounts for your business activity statement (BAS). If you are a business, you use a BAS to:

  • report and pay the GST your business has collected
  • claim GST credits.

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GST Calculation Worksheet
PAYG payment summary — individual non-business

Use PAYG payment summary — individual non-business for payments to payees who:

  • are employees, company directors or office holders
  • are religious practitioners
  • receive compensation, sickness or accident payments
  • receive non-superannuation income streams
  • receive return to work payments
  • receive a non-super annuity or pension.

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PAYG payment summary — individual non-business
Single Touch Payroll Worksheet

Single Touch Payroll (STP) is a new way of reporting tax and super information to ATO.

  • Large employers with 20 or more employees should now be reporting through STP, or have applied to ATO for a later start date.
  • Small employers with 19 or less employees will need to report through STP any time before 30 September 2019. ATO will grant deferrals to any small employer who requests additional time to start STP reporting.
  • ATO will offer micro employers (1 to 4 employees) help to transition to STP and a number of alternative options – such as allowing those who rely on a registered tax or BAS agent to report quarterly for the first two years, rather than each time payroll is run.

ATO claims there will be no penalties for mistakes, missed or late reports for the first year.

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Single Touch Payroll Worksheet
Taxable Payments Annual Report (TPAR)

You may need to lodge a Taxable payments annual report (TPAR) by 28 August each year if you are a business providing:

  • building and construction services
  • cleaning services - for contractor payments from 1 July 2018 (first report due by 28 August 2019)
  • courier services - for contractor payments from 1 July 2018 (first report due by 28 August 2019)
  • road freight services – for contractor payments from 1 July 2019 (first report due by 28 August 2020)
  • information technology (IT) services – for contractor payments from 1 July 2019 (first report due by 28 August 2020)
  • security, investigation or surveillance services – for contractor payments from 1 July 2019 (first report due by 28 August 2020)

The TPAR tells ATO about payments that are made to contractors for providing services. Contractors can include subcontractors, consultants and independent contractors. They can be operating as sole traders (individuals), companies, partnerships or trusts. ATO uses this information to identify contractors who haven't met their tax obligations.

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Taxable Payments Annual Report (TPAR)
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