Using payroll software to payday file - 5 November 2018 (On Demand)

Description

This webinar will give employers who use payroll software a detailed explanation of payday filing, and what they need to do now to get ready.

Payday filing is a change that will see employers file employment information with Inland Revenue more regularly; specifically, each payday. It has been voluntary since April this year, but will be mandatory for all employers from April 2019.

This webinar will build on the ‘Getting employers ready for payday filing’ webinar held earlier this year, and provide specific information on payday filing for employers that use payroll software.

This webinar will also include a question and answer session.

Employers planning to use – or currently using payroll software – are encouraged to attend.

Past free Inland Revenue CCH Learning webinars are available through CCH Learning On Demand.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Attendees will understand what they have to do now to get ready for payday filing using software.

SUITED TO

This webinar is suitable for employers planning to use – or currently using – payroll software.

PRESENTERS

Emma-Jane Lund, Community Compliance Officer, Inland Revenue

Laurence Bouwmeester, Community Compliance Officer, Inland Revenue

 

 

 

1 CPD Hour

  • On Demand Event
    Complete online in your own time (Self-paced)
    • Free

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