Only one payroll outsourcing service offers an error-free, 100% compliance guarantee, in addition to all the features every modern business needs to keep their staff and the ATO happy. At Aurion, we have over 30 years’ experience meeting the payroll needs of large corporate and government entities, which is why we can guarantee the all-in-one PayGo payroll solution we’ve tailored to SME needs, in a way other providers can’t.
If you’re ready to bring your payroll up-to-date, we’re offering a free set-up and no processing fees for your first pay cycle.* You’ll never look back once you have PayGo.
*For a limited time only. Only available for new sign-ups to the PayGo service and minimum contract period applies. PayGo service is available to customers meeting service eligibility criteria. Offer includes complimentary service set-up and waiving of Aurion processing fees associated with your first pay event. Offer does not include processing fees incurred from non-payrun activities or employee payments.
We guarantee 100% compliancy with our secure and accurate payroll services. Our PayGo service includes all legislative compliance updates, superannuation processing and management, and STP reporting in one simple fee. With over 30 years’ expertise delivering trusted payroll solutions, we’ve helped businesses like yours save money and risk while ensuring their payroll is 100% compliant.
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Tired of bill shock? Our PayGo service delivers a 100% compliant managed payroll service including everything you need for a simple, fixed fee per employee/payslip or per employee/month – your choice. No additional fees for payroll processing or STP Reporting, and all technology and compliance updates included for the life of your service.
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Global professional services firm EY (Ernst & Young) is reviewing its payroll obligations after its payroll provider ADP apparently neglected to pay super to hundreds of EY staff. In some cases the payments are 6 months in arrears and EY could be facing fines from the ATO for non-compliance.
Recently both Fair Work and the ATO have recently announced changes that may require you to update your payroll system and processes. We’ve summarised these below, with links to further info.
In this whitepaper, we analyse the current underpayments crisis in Australia, what it means to you and your business, and provide step-by-step guides to avoiding, detecting, fixing and preventing underpayments.