The big task of payroll tax returns

Payroll tax returns for the 2023 financial year are due in July. It’s a big task, especially for businesses with staff around the country, because each state and territory has different requirements.

Steve Baxter, National Indirect Tax Partner at Mazars, explains how payroll tax works, when it’s due for each state, and the care employers must heed when they prepare their payroll tax calculations.



Published: 21/06/2023

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