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Tax inVoice is the official podcast of the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). At the ATO, we want tax and super to be as easy to understand as possible, so we're doing things a bit differently. Each episode, we invite industry experts to sit down with ATO’s senior leaders to ask them the questions. Hear about the tax topics and issues you want to know about, straight from the source. Listen now to keep up to date with the latest tax and super information and how you can meet your obligations. Find out more at
14 Episodes
Talking super for employers

Talking super for employers


In this episode, ATO Assistant Commissioner Graham Whyte talks to Jackie Gleeson, KPMG's Director of People and Change.They discuss:• the importance of employers meeting their super obligations• helpful products, calculators and tools to help employers do so• common errors to avoid when using the Small Business Superannuation Clearing House (SBSCH), and• the implications of recent law changes and what they mean for employers.
In this episode we join Karen Foat, Assistant Commissioner ATO, Delia Rickard, Deputy Chair, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, and Karl Hanmore, Assistant Director-General of Engagement, Operations and Intelligence, Australian Cyber Security Centre. They discuss scams and how they are affecting everyday Australians and businesses, and tips on what to do if you’ve been scammed.
In this episode we join Assistant Commissioner Jade Hawkins as she discusses tax time tips for trusts with Peter Bembrick, partner at HLB Mann Judd Advisory and Accounting. They talk through some of the common mistakes trustees make and how to get it right in the lead up to tax time.
In this episode Assistant Commissioner Andrew Watson who has overseen the Online services for agents project is joined by Chris Hooper, CEO of Accodex and public beta participant. They discuss the build process, the benefits of the new system and what’s coming next.
In this episode Assistant Commissioner Justine Williams from ATO’s Small Business Experience is joined by Dr Paul Collier, Deputy Director of MBA Programs at Monash Business School, author and small business owner. They explore what keeping good records looks like and talk about simple tips to help small businesses get started on the right track.
In this episode Albert Beric from the NFP risk and strategy team is joined by Anna Lyons, a Principal Lawyer at Justice Connect. They discuss what you need to know about tax and super when you start a not-for-profit, and give plenty of handy tips and practical real life examples. They cover everything between the difference between a charity and a NFP organisation, to considerations you should factor in when choosing your legal structure.
In this episode Assistant Commissioner Colin Walker talks to Patrice O'Brien from Beyondblue and Tax professional Amanda Linton. They discuss the importance of recognising the signs and symptoms of mental health, and the ways we can help support tax professionals and their clients through the tough times.
In this episode Assistant Commissioner Mathew Umina talks to Dr Craig Latham. Dr Latham is Deputy Ombudsman at the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman. They discuss their top tax tips for small business, preparing for tax time, and more.
Single Touch Payroll reporting has started for employers with 20 or more employees, Assistant Commissioner John Shepherd talks to Michael Croker, Tax Australia Leader at Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand about the journey ahead.
With the end of financial year and the due date for new reporting obligations nearing, it's important for trustees and SMSF professionals to know what they need to report, and what they should look out for. Deputy Commissioner, James O'Halloran chats to John Maroney, CEO of the SMSF Association ahead of the financial year.
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