End of Financial Year 2023 with GovReports

The end of the financial year is here already! It seems that so little time has passed since we welcomed in 2023. As we approach EOFY, we invite you to reflect on the last year. So much has happened in the previous year that we are still catching up with – more clients are expecting remote and fast turnaround services, cashflow planning continues to rise, the growing importance of sustainability reporting and the explosion of artificial intelligence tools such as ChatGPT.

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New GovReports ‘intuitive’ portal ensures your practice runs smoother via SBR

AS your workload starts to increase over the next few weeks you can rely on the new GovReports lodgment portal to help you meet deadlines and delight clients.

When you first logon to the new portal you are given a ‘Birds View’ of your lodgments so that you know what you’ve lodged and what’s to be lodged, giving you better control over your workflow.

know what you’ve lodged and what’s to be lodged, giving you better control over your workflow.

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ATO online services rollout: Will SBR be the solution?

One of the effects of the slimming down of the Australian Tax Office in the recent Federal Budget announcement, will be the need for the ATO to move its functionality online.

And the ATO is preparing for this switch. From April 2014, those who lodge PAYG Withholding Annual Reports, TFN Declarations, Annual Investment Income Reports, Quarterly TFN Reports and Taxable Payment Annual Reports will be getting messages from the ATO pushing them to embrace this online direction.

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Online reporting of PAYG annual payment summary – EMPDUPE

New financial year 2013 is here. It’s time to get payment summary and extra money from tax returns. Accounting professionals are engaged in the End of Financial Year 2012 activities and to distribute payment summaries. The payment summary annual report should be lodged to ATO.

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