Free Workshops for Businesses - Australian Tax Office (ATO)

ATO offer a range of tools and services to help make it easier for you to get your tax and super right. It's part of our commitment to improving your tax and super experience. 

The ATO are holding a series of free workshops across the Northern Beaches that are specifically designed for small business. These events are supported by Northern Beaches Council

Free Events

Workshop topics include:


Tax Essentials for Small Businesses

This 2 hour introductory workshop is designed those who are new to business or who are thinking of starting a small business. You will learn about business structures, tax registrations, reporting requirements, record keeping principles and where to go for help and information when you need it.



Record Keeping for Small Business (GST Registered)

This 2 hour introductory workshop is for small businesses who want to learn how to keep records to claim all entitled deductions who are registered for GST or who are thinking of registering for GST. At this event you will have hands-on experience of recording money in and out of your business. You will also learn how to calculate and record GST as well as time-saving tips allowing you to focus on your business.



Employer Essentials for Small Business

Do you have employees, or are you thinking of employing workers? Understand your tax and super obligations as an employer. In this free 1.5hr workshop you will learn about what to do when you hire workers, pay as you go (PAYG), how to report fringe benefits, superannuation reporting and taxable payments.



Single Touch Payroll: Introduction

Are you a small business employer with less than 20 employees? Join us for this 90 minute overview session to understand how your payroll tax and super reporting obligations, as an employer, will be streamlined, using Single Touch payroll from 1st July 2019. Find out more about the options and concessions available to small business employers to report payments such as salaries, wages, tax withheld and superannuation each time you pay your workers.