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Payroll Processing for the JobKeeper Payment

Written by Sarah Pogson . April 18, 2020
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How do you need to process the JobKeeper Payment in your payroll software? We know many business owners are asking this same question.

Below we take you through the current step-by-step guides that are being delivered by the common software providers Australian businesses utilise. We expect other software providers to provide guides within the next week. 

Below are the current software providers who have delivered guides on processing the JobKeeper Payment:

QuickBooks Online

QuickBooks Online have provided a guide on setting up and managing the JobKeeper Payment through their software, including the steps to complete a pay run. If you use QuickBooks Online for processing your payroll transactions, visit their website to ensure you are processing the JobKeeper Payment to comply with Single Touch Payroll (STP) requirements.

MYOB

MYOB have several products that have payroll solutions. To ensure you are processing the JobKeeper payment to comply with STP requirements see the below links:


Xero

If you use Xero for processing your payroll transactions, visit their website to ensure you are processing the JobKeeper payment to comply with STP requirements.

Reckon 

Reckon have multiple accounting software solutions, the two most common being Reckon Accounts (Desktop version) and Reckon Hosted (Online version). Reckon have provided step-by-step guides here to help you with processing the JobKeeper payment through payroll.

It is important that your JobKeeper payments are processed correctly within your payroll software to ensure you are complying with Single Touch Payroll (STP) requirements.

If you are unsure on how to process your payroll transactions for the JobKeeper payment, please reach out and talk with us with an online enquiry or on (02) 4229 2211. Our team is here to assist you.

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*The above information was correct at the time of publishing and subject to change*
Written by Sarah Pogson . April 18, 2020
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