Single Touch Payroll
Single Touch Payroll (STP) streamlines employer reporting to government agencies.
Learn how STP works, what happens when you report, and how it affects new employees and activity statement reporting.
Single Touch Payroll Phase 2 will streamline reporting information about employees to government agencies.
Resources to help you understand Single Touch Payroll (STP), such as employer guides, factsheets, and webinars.
There are different Single Touch Payroll (STP) reporting options depending on the number and type of your employees.
You can send Single Touch Payroll (STP) data to us in a few ways.
Checklists, troubleshooting and employer reporting guidelines to help you report through Single Touch Payroll (STP).
Employers who need to transition to Single Touch Payroll reporting may have concessional reporting options.
Depending on your situation, you may be exempt from Single Touch Payroll reporting or able to defer reporting.
When Single Touch Payroll (STP) reporting can cease and what to do if you no longer have STP reporting obligations.
Registered agents providing a payroll service and insolvency practitioners need to understand Single Touch Payroll.
Your year-to-date tax and super information is available in ATO online services (accessed through myGov).
From July 2023, we'll use your STP reports to help prepare your electronic activity statements in ATO online services.
From July 2023, we're running an activity statement lodgment reminder pilot for 3,000 randomly selected employers.
Detailed information about Single Touch Payroll.