New Zealand payroll can be complex whether you’re offering payroll services to one or many clients. From the Holidays Act (2003), to IRD reporting, and the employee management in between, it can be difficult to ensure you and your clients are compliant with current legislation.
This guide will give an understanding of the key components of New Zealand payroll including:
Payday Filing & Deductions
Learn about what’s involved and how you should report
The Holidays Act (2003)
Understand the purpose and challenges of the Act
Understand the requirements of record keeping and the type of documentation your clients need to keep
The Benefits of Payroll Software
Learn more about the ways in which payroll software can help to manage payroll complexities and minimise manual work
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