ATO Client Communications Feature Strengthens Client Relationship One Alert At A Time

In an era of information overload, having the right information at your fingertips is key to managing a client relationship and providing trusted advice.

As you would be aware, the ATO currently send to your clients information in 6 different ways – paper, email, SMS, ATO Online, Agent Digital and through myGov. 

While you have access to this information in Online Services, GovReports have now added a smart and convenient ATO Client Communications feature that centralises all of this information from the various channels.

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End of Financial Year 2021 with GovReports

Once again, we are coming to the end of the financial year and so much has happened in the last year it’s hard to believe!

This year we want to remind you of all the tools GovReports has to help you streamline your end of financial year processes. Make the most of the inbuilt tools to maximise productivity and minimise stress.

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GovReports Upgrade – Single Touch Payroll Phase 2

We are rolling out Single Touch Payroll Phase 2!

All employers have to report STP pay events for all employees and closely held payees from July 2021.

The ATO STP Phase 2 was initially planned to start on 1 July 2021 with the compulsory reporting, however, it has been postponed to 1 January 2022 because of COVID-19 impacts on business and software providers.

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GovReports New Release – Activity Statement Summary

We are very pleased to announce the release of our new feature, the Activity Statement Summary.

This report provides a summary of all activity statement lodgements with the ATO for each financial year since 2001, the start of GST reporting.

This is particularly useful where a new client may have had statements lodged by a variety of methods – via GovReports, by their own business portal, by another registered agent or directly from SBR enabled software. You can now see all lodgements from within GovReports, regardless of who lodged and how the statements were originally lodged.

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