Cloud Single Touch Payroll Software
Single Touch Payroll - reporting in real time, all the time!
Start at any time throughout the financial year. All balances can be easily added and updated with your first pay run and used to update the ATO. What could be simpler.
Single Touch Payroll - Real time reporting of salary and wages, PAYG withholding and super guarantee information directly to the ATO at the same time as you pay your employees.
Ideal for Developers
Our open API (Application Programming Interface) allows anyone to develop a connection with e-PayDay®. Ideal for other software products, custom software or anything else.
Payroll that talks directly to Government Services
To make your payroll life easy, we provide easy access to many services.
Maintain comprehensive Weekly, Fortnightly and Monthly employees personal and employment information. Full Time, Part Time, Casual and Salaried Employees can also be paid by Location or Department.
Easily Track Leave
Automatically accrues Sick, Annual, Long Service Leave, RDO’s and Time in Lieu with the ability to set numerous different accrual methods. Also includes complete leave tracking and comprehensive reporting capability.
Fair Work Awards
Modern Awards and Employment Agreements can be easily setup to suit your exact requirements. Includes easy management of Fair Work Modern Awards and Agreements.
Easy management of Superannuation Funds and payments. Payments can also be easily transferred electronically using the SuperStream feature. All of your Superannuation management needs in the one place.
Powerful Pay Runs
Pay runs can be processed Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly or at any time outside the normal pay period. Pays can be easily transferred electronically to any Financial Institution that is a member of the Australian Bankers Association (ABA).
Straight Forward Pricing
Simple Monthly Pricing for employees and contractors. No hidden extras!
No Activation Fees
No Monthly Service Fee
No Cost Per Pay Period
Why offer Free Single Touch Payroll Software?
We believe every employer should have access to great cloud payroll software, that's why we made it free to pay your first employee. We have been supporting Australian Small Business by providing free payroll solutions since 1987, it's in our DNA. Helping you grow your Business helps us grow ours!
Single Touch Payroll (STP) changes the way employers report their employees' taxation and superannuation information to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). When you pay your employees using Single Touch Payroll, year-to-date values of gross salary or wages, allowances or other payments (as relevant), deductions and PAYG withholding for each employee included in that pay event. Employer super liability or ordinary time earnings (OTE) amounts for each employee is also automatically sent directly to the ATO after processing your payroll. When you start reporting using Single Touch Payroll, you will be sending the ATO your employees' taxation and superannuation information on or before each pay day.
Why was Single Touch Payroll introduced?
Single Touch Payroll is an Australian Government initiative that enables Businesses and Employers to report (real time) staff salary and wages (including ordinary time earnings) and PAYG withholding amounts to the ATO at the same time the employees are paid. Single Touch Payroll provides many benefits for both Employers and Employees alike.
When did Single Touch Payroll Start?
STP reporting started on 1 July 2018 for substantial Employers (those with 20 or more Employees).
Legislation extending Single Touch Payroll has been passed and received Royal Assent (1 March 2019) to include Employers with 19 or fewer employees with reporting starting from 1 July 2019.
What are the benefits of Single Touch Payroll?
Single Touch Payroll captures your employees’ Tax and Super information and sends it to the ATO while you’re running your existing business process – when you pay your employees.
Employers who report through STP don’t need to provide their employees with a Payment Summary* (which some people still call a Group Certificate) at the end of the financial year.
Employees who no longer receive a Payment Summary have easy access to the information they need in myGov.
You no longer need to give the ATO a Payment Summary Annual Report (PSAR) for the information you report through STP.
*Payments that are generally not paid through a payroll process, or may be paid by payers to recipients that are not their employees cannot be reported under STP reporting. For example, payments made by the: Department of Human Services, Investment bodies and managed investment funds, Purchasers of certain taxable Australian property. As these payments are outside the scope of STP reporting, there is no relief from payment summary and annual report obligations. A payer must continue to ensure it complies with their obligation to provide payment summaries and an annual report to the Commissioner with respect to these withholding payments. In addition, a payer cannot include in their STP reporting any payment made through its payroll software that is not a withholding payment. Examples of such payments include partnership distributions and payments to suppliers.