Overview of Payroll in Australian and New Zealand Overview of Payroll in Australian and New Zealand

Many businesses will need to send staff ”down under”. Whether you company is involved in mining or agriculture in Australia, or oil and gas work off the coast of New Zealand, both destinations are popular locations for UK companies. They also make excellent locations for basing an APAC regional operation centre. With English as a mother tongue doing payroll business in Australia and New Zealand makes both jurisdictions a more straightforward prospect than other countries in the region. However the availability of instruction in English does not lessen the fact that both countries have complex and comprehensive requirements for payroll to meet. Indeed the UK has learnt from the Antipodeans’ experiences of such schemes as student loans and pensions auto enrolment. Whether you are planning to run payroll yourself or use an outsource partner our course will provide you with all the key facts you need to know to successfully process payroll in either country. Our course will cover the following:

Australia

  • Australian tax office set up
  • Employer obligations
  • Registering a foreign company
  • Appointing a Public Officer
  • Tax File number
  • Calculation of Income Tax
  • Varying deductions
  • Build to gross taxable pay
  • BIK
  • Living away from home allowances
  • Starters and leavers
  • PAYG returns
  • Fringe Benefit Tax
  • Superannuation
  • Annual Income Statements
  • Compliance – ATO
  • State Revenue Office
  • Payroll record requirements
  • Social Security
  • Debt Recovery
  • HELP debts and recovery
  • Modern Awards
  • Paid holidays
  • Sickness and family leave
  • Australian Bureau of Statistics 

New Zealand

  • Inland Revnue Department set up
  • Employer obligations
  • Registering the company
  • IRD number
  • Income tax rates
  • Calculation of income tax
  • Use of tax tables
  • BIK
  • Student loans
  • Tax codes – how they are used
  • Taxation of leave pay
  • Kiwisaver
  • KS2 packs
  • Compliance with IRD and Kiwisaver
  • Personnel and wage record
  • Debt recovery
  • Employment Agreements
  • Double Taxation Agreement
  • Paid holidays
  • Sickness and parental leave

Course Dates

26th June 2018 – London
10th August 2018 – London
14th December 2018 – London

For more information contact us on 0203 871 8870 or
training@globalpayrollassociation.com

Many businesses will need to send staff ”down under”. Whether you company is involved in mining or agriculture in Australia, or oil and gas work off the coast of New Zealand, both destinations are popular locations for UK companies. They also make excellent locations for basing an APAC regional operation centre. With English as a mother tongue doing payroll business in Australia and New Zealand makes both jurisdictions a more straightforward prospect than other countries in the region. However the availability of instruction in English does not lessen the fact that both countries have complex and comprehensive requirements for payroll to meet. Indeed the UK has learnt from the Antipodeans’ experiences of such schemes as student loans and pensions auto enrolment. Whether you are planning to run payroll yourself or use an outsource partner our course will provide you with all the key facts you need to know to successfully process payroll in either country. Our course will cover the following:

Australia

  • Australian tax office set up
  • Employer obligations
  • Registering a foreign company
  • Appointing a Public Officer
  • Tax File number
  • Calculation of Income Tax
  • Varying deductions
  • Build to gross taxable pay
  • BIK
  • Living away from home allowances
  • Starters and leavers
  • PAYG returns
  • Fringe Benefit Tax
  • Superannuation
  • Annual Income Statements
  • Compliance – ATO
  • State Revenue Office
  • Payroll record requirements
  • Social Security
  • Debt Recovery
  • HELP debts and recovery
  • Modern Awards
  • Paid holidays
  • Sickness and family leave
  • Australian Bureau of Statistics 

New Zealand

  • Inland Revnue Department set up
  • Employer obligations
  • Registering the company
  • IRD number
  • Income tax rates
  • Calculation of income tax
  • Use of tax tables
  • BIK
  • Student loans
  • Tax codes – how they are used
  • Taxation of leave pay
  • Kiwisaver
  • KS2 packs
  • Compliance with IRD and Kiwisaver
  • Personnel and wage record
  • Debt recovery
  • Employment Agreements
  • Double Taxation Agreement
  • Paid holidays
  • Sickness and parental leave

Course Dates

26th June 2018 – London
10th August 2018 – London
14th December 2018 – London

For more information contact us on 0203 871 8870 or
training@globalpayrollassociation.com