The End of Financial Year hype is here – are you ready?!
It’s common knowledge that we at KeyPay like to keep things simple. It’s also common knowledge that this time of year can cause a lot of unnecessary stress for payroll managers. So in true KeyPay style, this blog will act as a guide to show you all of the handy resources available to help with EOFY – from preparing and lodging your end of year payment summaries in KeyPay to what you need to know about getting ready for 2019.
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The EOFY guide provides reference for the main activities you will need to complete during EOFY. It covers:
Publishing payment summaries
Lodgement of payment summaries via SBR directly from KeyPay (or using an EMPDUPE file)
As well as the EOFY guide we have also prepared a YouTube video walking through the process of publishing and lodging a payment summary:
If you’d prefer to attend a live session and have any questions you might have answered in real time, why not join one of our EOFY webinars? Our amazing support team will be happy to help, and where possible, demonstrate some answers live within the platform on a test business during the webinar.
The webinars will be held at 10-11am on the following dates:
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