Powerful by design, yet simple to use.
We already know payroll is complicated, our job is to help make pay day easier.
We enable you to meet the latest Australian Taxation Office requirements and assist with your Fair Work compliance obligations. Easy-to-use, providing payroll essentials at your fingertips.
Put e-PayDay Go to work for you allowing you to invest your time where it's needed the most.
Powerful Payroll Engine
Under the hood, the power is in the configuration.
With the introduction of Single Touch Payroll Phase 2, the requirement for the Disaggregation of the Gross was introduced with separately reported amounts assigned to income types. Additionally, other components are required to be separately itemised and reported.
The power within e-PayDay Go is provided with the ability to configure the requirements; you have complete granular control. The benefits include a future-proof solution that allows ongoing maintenance of the never-ending changes to payroll.
Payee Tax Treatment
A Tax Treatment is determined from information provided by the payee and is used to calculate the payee's withholding tax by applying specific tax rates. Tax treatments include, Regular, Seniors and Pensioners, Working Holiday Makers, Foreign Resident, no TFN, Voluntary Agreement and others.
When processing a pay run, amounts are allocated to income types such as Salary and Wages, Closely Held employees, Working Holiday Makers, Foreign Employment Income and others. Country codes may be applicable, and multiple income types can be reported for the same payee throughout the year.
Payments made to Directors or to a person who performs the duties of a director of the company are reported separately. These payments may include compensation to cover costs incurred in performing the role of a company director. These payments are consolidated and reported as a single amount.
Lump Sum Payments
Depending on the timing or nature of the lump sum payment a concessional tax rate may be applicable. Payments such as Unused annual leave or annual leave loading, Long service leave paid out on termination, Genuine redundancy or early retirement scheme payment, Back payments, and Return to work payments are separately itemised and reported.
Bonuses and commissions
Bonus and commission are typically lump sum payments paid for reaching a goal, performance achievement or for a service. Bonuses can include something such as an event (e.g. Christmas), retention, performance, and return-to-work bonus after parental leave. These payments are consolidated and reported as a single amount.
Employment Termination Payments
A lump sum payment made as a result of the termination of a person's employment is allocated an ETP type code depending on the purpose such as Life Benefit - Redundancy, Life Benefit - Other, Death Benefit - Dependant, Death Benefit - Trustee of the Deceased Estate. These amounts are separately reported.
When reporting salary sacrificed amounts, you report the actual amount of salary and wages which was sacrificed as one of the following salary sacrifice types:
Super (Salary Sacrifice Type S) – for super to a complying fund or retirement savings account (RSA) or Other employee benefits (Salary Sacrifice Type O) – for benefits other than super.
From API integrations to powerful functionality, e-PayDay Go has it all.
Need to connect your app to powerful payroll functionality? Our API opens endless opportunities with secure access to our power payroll engine. Add payroll functionality to any app and save time and money in the process.