In the latest episode of Tax inVoice, Assistant Commissioner Jason Lucchese joins us to chat about the changes coming with Phase 2 of Single Touch Payroll (STP), the benefits for employers and employees and the support we have available.
We also cover the 80-cent-per-hour shortcut method for calculating working from home expenses − which has been extended until 30 June 2022, the new director identification number or director ID, and the Super Reforms – Your Future, Your Super, specifically, the stapled super fund rules, which commenced 1 November 2021. We also clarify the difference between myGov and myGovID.
For more information visit:
- Single Touch Payroll Phase 2
- Director IDExternal Link
- Stapled super funds for employers
- Working from home expenses
- myGovIDExternal Link
Media: Phase 2 of Single Touch Payroll and more
https://tv.ato.gov.au/ato-tv/media?v=bi9or7odk61zj6External Link (Duration: 25:22)