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Employer Obligations Association of Australia (EOAA)  http://www.employerobligations.com.au

Helping you to manage your Employer Obligations

We are Australia’s only fully dedicated Employer Obligations Association. Our team is qualified in Taxation, Payroll and Accounting with many years of combined experience in consulting, compliance and advisory. By becoming a member of the Employer Obligations Association of Australia (EOAA), you can tap in to a wealth of knowledge and experience gained from our specialist roles in Big 4 accounting firms, corporates and practice experience.

What are Employer Obligations?

Employer obligations are all the obligations that an employer has when employing people. Employer obligations are not just about Payroll. Employer obligations include:

1.Payroll
2.Payroll Tax
3.Superannuation
4.Termination Payments
5.Workcover
6.Contractors
7.Employee Expenses
8.Fringe Benefits Tax
9.Car Parking Valuation
10.Salary Packaging
11.Fleet Management including Logbook
12.Employee Share Schemes
 
What are the benefits of joining the Employer Obligations Association of Australia?

1.  Tax & Payroll experts available at your fingertips
2.  Eliminate frustration and time wasted trying to source the right information and support
3.  Build your teams knowledge and understanding
4.  Reduce your exposure to risk
5.  Reduce compliance costs
6.  Up to 50% discount available on our training 

EO Assist Query & Answer service
Members are welcome to submit queries on any aspects of their Employer Obligations to member@employerobligations.com.au.  Written responses will be sent directly to your email. Most queries will be answered same day. Where the query requires more in-depth research, the response time will be longer. Responses are referenced to relevant  legislation, case law, rulings,  ATOIDs and Practice Statements.

http://www.employerobligations.com.au