7 steps to finalise your church Single Touch Payroll (STP)

It’s time to finalise your church’s Single Touch Payroll for the year, but where do you start and what do you do? It’s a new system, and this video has been made to guide you through the basic steps to consider. Having this lodged on time will help your church staff, as the information for STP transfers from your church payroll system through to the ATO, then to your church team’s MyGov accounts.


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