NZ Payday Reporting
What is PayDay Reporting?
As of 1st April 2019, employers will need to file their employer obligations data to IR (ie report Payroll information) on a payday basis rather than the current monthly basis.
Payday filing will comprise two sets of data:
- Employment Information includes employees’ income and deduction information for a specific paydate.
- Employee Details such as employee name, address, phone numbers, data of birth when available, employment start and end dates, tax code, Kiwisaver information and so on.
Who has to report?
Employers and PAYE Intermediaries using payroll software (whether voluntarily or mandated), must report Employment Information to IR within two working days of the payday that the data relates to.
Employees Details are required to be supplied to IR no later than the next filing of Employment Information.
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FastTrack begins the whitelisting process for emulated services.
IR attended FastTrack Get Ahead event
Payday reporting available for those who voluntarily opted in to payday filing from 2018.
The Payday Reporting bill i.e. Taxation (Annual Rates for 2017–18, Employment and Investment Income, and Remedial Matters) Bill, received Royal Assent and is available on the New Zealand Legislation website.
The Finance and Expenditure committee reported back to the House on 20/02/18 recommending that the Taxation (Annual Rates for 2017–18, Employment and Investment Income, and Remedial Matters) Bill be passed with a number of changes.
FastTrack attended the ABSIA conference with IR representatives.
FastTrack attended a Payday Reporting Workshop in Auckland at the request of IRD.