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Providing tax tables since 2010.

We are an Adelaide based company specialising in solving issues for MYOB® users. We started with PAYG tax tables and expanded to repairs, conversion, confirmation issues etc.

Our tax tables have not been endorsed and are not supported by MYOB Australia - MYOB would much rather you upgraded or subscribed to Cover or AccountRight Live.

Single Touch Payroll Solutions
for MYOB® and other users

Taxable Payments Reporting for
required industries and
Government Entities(TPAR)

Employee Share Scheme
(ESS) Reporting

Sharing Economy Taxable
Payment Reporting SERR/SETP

Payment Summaries & EMPDUPE file
PSAR - PAYG Reporting

Amended Payment Summaries

Individual, Labour Hire, PSI &
Voluntary Agreement supported

Electronic TFN Declarations

Employee Share Scheme
(ESS) Reporting

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for more regular updates

The Payroll Year

End of Year process
Starting a New Payroll Year
Reversing the process
Adjusting Payroll errors
Payment Summaries
See here for more info

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All prices are GST inclusive

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Michael  0427 188 460


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There are 2 common issues downloading executable files:

1. “File not safe” type warning:

Every Browser treats executable files differently. Our files are completely safe, however the browser does not know that and so it may issue a warning message. You should first save the file to your harddrive and you can then check it with your anti-virus or anti-malware software before you run the file. Some examples of messages are listed below:

  • IE - 'Security Warning - Do you want to run or save this file?'
    Choose Save.

  • IE - 'The publisher could not be verified'
    Choose Save.

  • IE - 'xyz.exe is not commonly downloaded and could be dangerous.'
    Choose Save.
    If in doubt, do not choose 'Run Anyway' - close browser, navigate to downloaded file (see 'Where was it saved?' below and scan with you anti-virus software. Once complete, double click on .exe to run it.

  • Chrome - 'xyz.exe is not commonly downloaded and could be dangerous.'
    Click dropdown arrow to the right of the Discard button and select Keep.

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    Choose Save.

  • Firefox - 'You have chosen to open xyx.exe file which is a binary file. Would you like to save this file?'
    Choose Save.

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Your browser setup may not ask you where to save a downloaded file.

  • In Chrome, click drop down arrow next to the download in bottom left corner of screen (or Ctrl + j) and select “Show in Folder”.

  • Firefox – In Downloads window (Ctrl + j), right click download and select “Open Containing Folder”

  • IE – In Download Complete window (Ctrl + j), click the “Open Folder” button.

By default most browsers save downloaded files to a Folder called Downloads under My Documents or Documents.

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Last modified 7 May 2017