Overview


Update 27/09/2020 pm

All accounts have now been updated  - if you are eligible for JobKeeper 2.0 please review this page for further instructions AU JobKeeper Extension

Update 2/09/2020 pm

We are still waiting on the ATO Specification to be released to developers so that we can plan any required development and update our customers on required processes.   We will let you know as soon as we do!

Latest ATO information is on these links which they continuously update:

https://www.ato.gov.au/General/JobKeeper-Payment/ 

https://www.ato.gov.au/General/JobKeeper-Payment/JobKeeper-extension-announcement/



Update 25/08/2020 pm

The ATO has updated their JobKeeper page with new key dates and eligibility changes.  You can view these changes here:  

https://www.ato.gov.au/Media-centre/Media-releases/More-employees-now-able-to-access-JobKeeper/ 

https://www.ato.gov.au/General/JobKeeper-Payment/

Based on these changes if you have new employees that you are now eligible to claim for, you need to ensure that you set your chosen JobKeeper TopUp code on the Tax info tab of their employee record and also that the relevant Start Fortnight Payslip Detail is Created. 

NB that the Start Fortnight created by the system will still have a reportable date of 30/03/2020 so you need to ensure that you change this reportable date to reflect the the date of the FIRST fortnight you are claiming for and also the correct Tax Year Ending Date BEFORE you submit your STP Pay Event.

Please also see our AU JobKeeper Extension page for latest info from the ATO for JobKeeper 2.0.

We will also send out a communication with further details in relation to processing changes in the coming weeks.



Update 27/07/2020 pm

As you may be aware the government is now proposing an extension of JobKeeper. 

https://treasury.gov.au/sites/default/files/2020-07/Fact_sheet-JobKeeper_Payment_extension_0.pdf

We will be waiting for ATO specification to be released before we decide if we do anything to automate this.  We will advise all customers in due course.


In future we will start a new page linked here for the JK extension as we have more information.  AU JobKeeper Extension

Update 27/07/2020 pm

In case you missed it, it’s come to our attention the government have now clarified the JK top-up does not contribute to the employee's $450 Super threshold. Previously there was no guidance on this so we defaulted it ticked as it was an unconditional allowance.

So you can now untick the “Super Threshold/Earnings for Kiwisaver” check box on your Job Keeper TOP-UP sub type. (Names below are our system default. You may have renamed in your account)



The ruling was passed in May and released in June apparently but applies from March. https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/F2020L00655

We haven’t yet found anything on the ATO website about this or how to handle this. Nor have we received any notification from the ATO about this.  

If this has caused Super to be paid on employees other pay elements if under $450 for the month then in theory you should be able to add a negative line to claim it back…assuming they have earned enough Super in the current period to do a negative adjustment. (STP won’t take a negative amount)

You should contact the ATO to check if unsure on this. Essentially anyone whose non-JK earnings were under the $450 monthly threshold and the JK Top-Up caused Super Threshold to go over $450 for the month and Super was then calculated on the amount under $450. 

In our September release we will automatically untick this checkbox but would suggest you do it manually sooner. 


Update 02/06/2020 pm


In order to receive payment of the JobKeeper subsidy after you have completed all of the Steps within Infinet Cloud and reported via STP you must still make a monthly declaration to the ATO.  Step 2 in the ATO portal is to Identify and maintain your eligible employees so this still happens as part of the monthly declaration.  We have sent them the information however you must still confirm it is correct.  

They will also ask you to reconfirm your business participant details and your eligible employees. You will also need to provide information about your GST turnover for the reported month and projected GST turnover for the following month.

You must do this between the 1st to the 14th day of each month, to receive reimbursements for the JobKeeper payments you made to your eligible employees in the previous month.  Please see this link for full details in relation to the ATO Portal and their process.  https://www.ato.gov.au/general/jobkeeper-payment/employers/enrol-for-the-jobkeeper-payment/?=redirected_URL#Step3Makeabusinessmonthlydeclaration


Infinet Cloud have now completed our second version of AU JobKeeper automation and is released as 20.1.04.   

Update 7/05/2020 am

We have created two new pages to explain further how Start and Finish fortnights work and what to do if you need to make any corrections. 

AU JobKeeper Start and Finish Fortnights

AU JobKeeper Start and Finish Fortnight corrections

Update 6/05/2020 am

If for any reason you need to correct a Start or Finish fortnight, please contact support FIRST with full details explaining the situation in full. Further clarification to follow in a new KB page as the way the ATO requires this to be done can be very confusing. 

Update 28/04/2020 am

Last night, the ATO announced that employers now have until 8 May to ensure all eligible employees have been paid $1500 (before tax) for JobKeeper fortnights 1 and 2 (30 March – 12 April, 13 April – 26 April).
If employees are not paid by 8 May, employers will not be able to claim JobKeeper for the first two fortnights.
This extension date allows more time for employers to consider their circumstances and pay staff and still be eligible for those payments.
Employers have until 31 May 2020 to formally enrol to claim the JobKeeper payments for fortnights 1 and 2, however, the sooner an employer pays their staff for those April fortnights and enrols, the sooner the ATO can reimburse them the JobKeeper payments.

Update 27/4/2020 PM

In case you missed it, Treasury have announced the following changes.....good luck!  https://ministers.treasury.gov.au/ministers/josh-frydenberg-2018/media-releases/jobkeeper-update

Up to you to read fully and action accordingly but the 2 major ones that may impact what you have done already are below.....if you have any questions on this please contact ATO or Treasury. 


‘One in, all in’ principle:  Once an employer decides to participate in the JobKeeper scheme and their eligible employees have agreed to be nominated by the employer, the employer must ensure that all of these eligible employees are covered by their participation in the scheme. This includes all eligible employees who are undertaking work for the employer or have been stood down. The employer cannot select which eligible employees will participate in the scheme.  As noted in the explanatory statement to the existing rules, this ‘one in, all in’ principle is already a key feature of the scheme and will be made clearer in the rules.


Full time students aged 16 and 17 years old:  As noted in the explanatory statement to the existing rules, the benefit of the JobKeeper payment to workers over the age of 16 is justified for those who are financially independent and who require the security provided by participation in the JobKeeper scheme and the maintenance of the working relationship that it affords.  The rules will provide that full time students who are 17 years old and younger, and who are not financially independent, are not eligible for the JobKeeper Payment.  This clarification will apply prospectively, which would mean an eligible employer that has already met the wage condition of paying such an employee $1,500 for a fortnight could be entitled to a JobKeeper Payment in arrears for that fortnight.

Update 27/04/2020 am

Additional automation has now been added for weekly pay frequencies only. AU JobKeeper Additional Automation for Weekly Pay Frequency

Update 22/04/2020 am

If you have pay runs for prior periods that require jobkeeper topup then these should be corrected prior to enacting any of the steps within our automation. Please email support with full details of your situation including period and pay dates and affected employee numbers so we can best advise on solutions. 

Update 21/04/2020 pm

Please also see our FAQ which we will be updating regularly. AU JobKeeper FAQ

Update 21/04/2020 am

We have updated the page in section 7 and 10  below to clarify the impact of this automation on weekly pay frequencies.

Please read all legislative elements below including the information on linked pages: 

  1. You must understand your eligibility as an employer. https://www.ato.gov.au/general/jobkeeper-payment/employers/eligible-employers/
  2. You must understand which of your employees are eligible. https://www.ato.gov.au/General/JobKeeper-Payment/Employers/Your-eligible-employees/
  3. You must identify which of your employees you are claiming this for. This is your decision. 
  4. You must notify those employees you intend to nominate them, https://www.ato.gov.au/general/jobkeeper-payment/employers/your-eligible-employees/#Nominatingemployees and if they agree have them complete the JobKeeper employee nomination notice by the end of April. You may also create your own employee nomination form. https://www.ato.gov.au/General/JobKeeper-Payment/In-detail/Creating-your-own-employee-nomination-notice/
  5. You must enrol and apply for JobKeeper payment subsidy. https://www.ato.gov.au/general/jobkeeper-payment/employers/enrol-and-apply-for-the-jobkeeper-payment/
  6. You need to pay your existing employees who earn over $1,500 equivalent per fortnight normally, including Super.** For these employees the JobKeeper payment is NOT shown separately on the payslip or reported separately to the ATO. 
  7. You need to pay your eligible employees at least the minimum amount of $1,500, even if you re-hire them or they earn less than this per fortnight. You must pay the minimum $1,500 before tax to each eligible employee per fortnight to claim the JobKeeper payment for that fortnight. https://www.ato.gov.au/general/jobkeeper-payment/employers/paying-your-eligible-employees/
  8. You must make a business monthly declaration to the ATO every month, You must do this between the 1st to the 14th day of each month, to receive reimbursements for the JobKeeper payments you made to your eligible employees in the previous month.  https://www.ato.gov.au/general/jobkeeper-payment/employers/enrol-for-the-jobkeeper-payment/?=redirected_URL#Step3Makeabusinessmonthlydeclaration

**Considering any arrangements you may already have in place with your employees due to the current situation. 


Please read all software and payroll processing related elements below: 

  1. You need to request the JobKeeper automation update from support@infinetcloud.com from 20/4/2020 onwards. 
  2. You need to decide if you will pay Super on the top-up for any employees who earn less than $1,500 equivalent per fortnight
  3. You need to update all nominated employees including inactives and terminated employees so they are active and can be processed in payroll. 
  4. You need to identify your nominated employees and run a mass update to set a JobKeeper payment sub type. The sub type will be need to be set for ALL eligible employees regardless if they earn under or over $1,500 per fortnight equivalent. This is our primary identification mechanism for STP reporting.
  5. You will need to review and remove any Salary Sacrifice from any employee whose taxable income may be impacted by any top-up payment. Employees who earn over $1,500 equivalent per fortnight should be paid normally. 
  6. You will need to ensure any employees are on Stand down leave requests if appropriate. Stand Down Leave Setup
  7. You will need to process payroll for all nominated employees. Nominated employees will be reported to the ATO via STP using a system generated YTD Payslip Detail line. (JOBKEEPER-START-FN) This will be created when the first pay run is processed in an eligible period for nominated employees who have the JobKeeper payment Sub type set on the employee "Tax info" tab. 
  8. You will need to manually top up anyone's pay on a termination payslip if applicable. The automated top-up will not occur on a termination payslip. 
  9. You will need to manually add a Payslip detail line (JOBKEEPER-FINISH-FN) for any eligible employees who terminate or are no longer eligible within the 13 fortnights. 
  10. You may need to manually adjust anyone who is paid multiple times within a pay period. The system is not automatically considering other payments already made within a defined period. The top-up is being added on a per pay run basis.
  11. Please contact support@infinetcloud.com and fully explain your situation if you have already paid your employees using your own sub types prior to this update or have attempted to add Start/Finish fortnights manually. 



On this page

1. Request Update:


  • Email support@infinetcloud.com and request update "20.1.03" either immediately or specify a desired time during the working day or overnight. You will need to be out of payroll when the update is running. 
  • This is full bundle update and will take approx 15-30 minutes. We will notify you when the update is complete. 
  • Usual bundle update actions apply. 
  • There is now a new menu option at the bottom of the list that should assist you in managing this requirement




2. Decide if you will pay Super on the top-up:


First you need to decide if you will pay Super on the top-up amounts. It will be up to the employer if they want to pay superannuation on any additional wage paid because of the JobKeeper Payment. For employees who are paid normally (over $1,500 per fortnight equivalent) you must continue to pay Super as normal even if you are claiming the JobKeeper subsidy for them. 


  • Navigate to Payroll Administration > JobKeeper (AU) > AU JobKeeper System Sub types: Results : This is the list of system created sub types for this measure. 


  • Select and edit the subtype you wish to use. (Either "AU JobKeeper Payment no Super" or "AU JobKeeper Payment with Super")
  • Change the name to JOBKEEPER-TOPUP and select your preferred "P&L account". Save. 



  • Make the OTHER subtype inactive so as not to cause confusion and save. DO NOT MAKE THE SUB TYPE YOU HAVE RENAMED INACTIVE


If for some reason you are paying Super on the top-up for some employees but not others, please contact support@infinetcloud.com with details to discuss best solution. 



3. Update Nominated employees:


You can run the search "AU JobKeeper Employee Eligibility Review: Results" from the JobKeeper (AU) menu. If you don't see employees in this search that you expect to nominate then you may need to update them as below. 

The search is just a guide based on our best understanding of the criteria.

If you have employees that are not meant to be there then you need to ensure they are not updated in Step 4. Or you can update the employee first...maybe they need a termination date or should be inactive?

If someone is not on the list and you want to nominate them then you can either review the employee record to see what is different from the others and update accordingly or you can manually set the field in Step 4 on the tax info tab. 


NB: It is entirely your responsibility to ensure the criteria you use is correct for your organisation. You may have custom employment statuses or variations such as contractors who are employees, you will need to update the criteria accordingly to ensure your nominated employees are updated. Contact support with full details if you need assistance with this. 

The system is currently unable to determine this requirement for casuals. 

"Casual employees are not eligible unless they were employed by you on a regular and systematic basis for at least 12 months as at 1 March 2020." 

To assist you with this criteria we have added a search to the JobKeeper (AU) menu called "AU JobKeeper Casual Payslip Review: Results"  This search shows the number of payslips and total taxable income for your eligible casuals since 1/3/2019. 


You may need to update any employees you have nominated so they can be processed in payroll. This step only applies to employees who are no longer processed in payroll. E.g. You may have employees who are inactive or terminated but are eligible for this measure and you have chosen to re-hire them. 


  • Find the employee record and reverse the changes that would prevent the employee from being processed in payroll.  
    • Ensure they are not "Inactive" (System info tab of the employee record)
    • Ensure they have the correct "Payroll employment status" (Payroll tab of the employee record)
    • Ensure they have the correct "Pay Frequency" (Payroll tab of the employee record)
    • Ensure their "termination date" has been removed. (HR tab of the employee record)


4. Identify Nominated employees via mass update:


Now we need to identify all nominated employees by using a mass update to set the sub type from Step 2. above on the tax info tab of the employee record. This tells the system you intend to claim the JobKeeper payment subsidy for this employee and allows us to automate the STP reporting and top-up payment. This is the most important step in identifying who you are claiming the subsidy for. We have created a new field on the tax info tab of the employee record. You can set this manually for nominated employees or run a mass update as below.


  • Employees earning over $1500 per fortnight equivalent are paid normally so there is no top-up payment required. However we still need to update them to identify them as nominated employees and select a top-up sub type in case their pay drops below $1,500 per fortnight equivalent. This ensures any changes that may occur in their pay over the 13 fortnights of the JobKeeper payment are catered for in advance. 
  • To clarify, ALL NOMINATED EMPLOYEES  you wish to claim the subsidy for must have a top-up sub type set on the tax info tab to identify them as one of your nominated employees.  This is our primary identification mechanism for STP reporting. This is regardless of if they will need a top-up payment currently or not. 

NB: It is entirely your responsibility to ensure the criteria you use is correct for your organisation. You may have custom employment statuses or variations such as contractors who are employees, you will need to update the criteria accordingly to ensure your nominated employees are updated. Contact support with full details if you need assistance with this. 

The system is currently unable to determine this requirement for casuals. 

"Casual employees are not eligible unless they were employed by you on a regular and systematic basis for at least 12 months as at 1 March 2020." 

To assist you with this criteria we have added a search to the JobKeeper (AU) menu called "AU JobKeeper Casual Payslip Review: Results"  This search shows the number of payslips and total taxable income for your eligible casuals since 1/3/2019. 



  • Rename the mass update for your organisation.
  • Update criteria as required. 
  • On the "mass update fields" tab, select your JOBKEEPER-TOPUP sub type. 



  • "Save As"
  • On the "Saved mass updates" page. Find your company mass update and Click "Preview'


  • Review the list and ensure this matches your expectation for your nominated employees. Unselect any employees you do not wish to claim the subsidy for. 
  • Click "perform update" when satisfied and allow the mass update to run. Your employees should now be updated and you can review nominated employees via the JobKeeper (AU) menu option. "AU JobKeeper Nominated Employees: Results "
  • You can manually update anyone who does not appear in your "AU JobKeeper Nominated Employees: Results " 
  • If you have payroll employee's who are NetSuite Administrator's then ideally this update should be run by a NetSuite Administrator. If you are unable to do this then those employees will need to be manually updated by someone with the NetSuite Administrator role. 


5. Review Salary Sacrifice:

You may need to review and remove any Salary Sacrifice from any employee whose taxable income may be impacted by any top-up payment. This would be anyone getting a top-up or whose Salary Sacrifice could cause the Taxable income to fall below $1,500 per fortnight equivalent. Contact ATO for guidance if you are unsure how this may impact top-up processing. 


Updated 22/04/2020

To clarify the point above. Currently the system is unable to factor in Salary Sacrifice so it could result in an employee being paid twice for the top up IF the Salary Sacrifice reduced the taxable income below $1500 equivalent. If you are not happy with any of our calculations or results then you are able to make manual adjustments and recalculate with "IGNORE JOBKEEPER" ticked. We may add additional automation on this point in the future. 

https://treasury.gov.au/sites/default/files/2020-04/JobKeeper_frequently_asked_questions_2.pdf

I CURRENTLY HAVE A SALARY SACRIFICE ARRANGEMENT WITH MY EMPLOYER. CAN IT CONTINUE?
Yes. The JobKeeper Payment may be paid to an employee in cash or as a fringe benefit or an extra superannuation contribution where the employee and employer agree.

6. Stand Down Leave:

Ensure any employees are on Stand down leave requests if appropriate. Stand Down Leave Setup


7. Process Payroll:


WEEKLY PAY FREQUENCIES

Please see this guide for full information AU JobKeeper Additional Automation for Weekly Pay Frequency

Process payroll as normal with the following understandings:


  • Initiate Pay run : The system should now automatically include any employees who are nominated in the pay run initiate screen even if they don't have timesheets to process. E.g. Casuals who are set as "Pay from NetSuite time" wouldn't normally show. All nominated employees need to be processed in payroll for all periods of the JobKeeper payment. 

  • Process Payslips : When payslips are processed, the system will automatically create a top-up payslip detail for those employees with a taxable income below $1,500 per fortnight equivalent. IE $750 weekly and $3,250 Monthly. The top-up will be reported via STP as "JOBKEEPER-TOPUP" and the relevant YTD amount. NB: The system will apply this on a per pay run basis. There is no comparison to see if the payment has already been applied in a period. This would complicate things significantly and would delay this automation. It is your responsibility to ensure the top-up has been applied correctly for your employees. 
  • Recalculate : If for any reason including multiple pay runs in a period where the top up has already been applied, you can delete or adjust the top-up line created and then recalculate with "IGNORE JOBKEEPER" ticked. This will prevent any further automation and preserve your changes. 

  • JOBKEEPER-START-FN : When payslips are processed for the first time after the automation and you have updated your employees, the system will also create the  JOBKEEPER-START-FN payslip detail. This is the key STP reporting requirement for you to notify ATO you are claiming the subsidy for each employee. It will only be created once.

NB: By default we will set the JobKeeper Start fortnight to "01" for all employees. (This is not visible on the Payslip detail itself other than the reportable date falling within the defined periods below) If you are NOT claiming for an employee from the first fortnight onwards then you can update the relevant STP reporting by changing the "reportable date" on the payslip detail to a date within the applicable fortnight as per the table below. 


If you want to adjust the JOBKEEPER START FN for any employee you should do so before the STP for that pay run is submitted. 


You can find a list of all employees Start fortnight payslip details and their reportable dates in the JobKeeper (AU) Menu . "AU JobKeeper Start Fortnight Payslip Details: Results"


So, you should review the JobKeeper (AU) Menu > "AU JobKeeper Start Fortnight Payslip Details: Results" after you have processed payslips and before you approve the pay run. Edit and adjust the reportable date to the relevant FN you wish to claim for. Then proceed as normal.


The Start Fortnight is the fortnight from which you wish to claim the subsidy. Not the first fortnight you paid the employees in. Most people will claim from the first fortnight even if they didn't get to pay their employees till a later fortnight. But you still need to pay your employees for every fortnight you are claiming. 

Eg. You may not be able to pay your employees for the first fortnight until later in April. This is ok for April payments. ATO says: 

  • For the transition into the JobKeeper payment, the employer can retrospectively apply this payment for paydays on or after 30 March by the end of April (NB now extended to 8th of May 2020)


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April

Fortnight 01 (30 March – 12 April)

30

31

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

Fortnight 02 (13 April – 26 April)

13

14

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17

18

19

20

21

22

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24

25

26

Fortnight 03 (27 April – 10 May)

27

28

29

30

1

2

3

May

4

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8

9

10

Fortnight 04 (11 May – 24 May)

11

12

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24

Fortnight 05 (25 May to 7 June)

25

26

27

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30

31

June

1

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6

7

Fortnight 06 (8 June to 21 June)

8

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Fortnight 07 (22 June to 5 July)

22

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30

1

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5

July

Fortnight 08 (6 July to 19 July)

6

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19

Fortnight 09 (20 July to 2 August)

20

21

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27

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31

1

2

August

Fortnight 10 (3 August to 16 August)

3

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16

Fortnight 11 (17 August to 30 August)

17

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30

Fortnight 12 (31 August to 13 September)

Sept

31

1

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12

13

Fortnight 13 (14 September to 27 September)

14

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20

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24

25

26

27

End of Subsidy

28

29

30

1

2

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4



8. Manually Top-Up for Terminations:


Termination payslips will not be adjusted automatically for the top-up. The system will not check if the employee has already received the top-up in another pay run so you must manually add any top-up amount to a termination payslip using your JOBKEEPER-TOPUP sub type if applicable. 

9. Manually add Finish Fortnight to Terminations:

When an employee terminates you will also need to add a payslip detail to the termination payslip to notify the ATO via STP of the final fortnight that you are claiming the JobKeeper subsidy for them.  The sub type you need to use is JOBKEEPER-FINISH-FN. 

You DO NOT need to change the description to include the fortnight number, the reportable date determines that.   The amount should be 0.00. You can select this Allowance and add to any termination payslip.

By default the JOBKEEPER-FINISH-FN payslip detail will be created with the same reportable date as the pay date of the pay run. 

If you DO NOT wish to claim the JobKeeper for the fortnight in which you are terminating the employee then you can review and edit the reportable date to be in the relevant fortnight. So if you wish to claim up to fortnight 03 your reportable date should be within fortnight 03 eg. (27 April – 10 May)  

If you did not add it to the actual termination you processed then you will need to create it manually from the employee record as follows

Navigate to the employee record > payroll tab > payslip detail sub tab 
New YTD Payslip Detail button. Click on this button and set the following:
Type is Allowance
Sub Type is JOBKEEPER-FINISH-FN
Amount is $0
Tax Year Ending is 2020
Reportable Date is a date within the ATO's Fortnights that reflects the LAST fortnight you are claiming for this employee
Make sure the Branch field is populated
Then Save.

Then you need to send an Update Event for this employee.
https://support.infinetcloud.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=8716411


You can then view and access these payslip detail in the JobKeeper (AU) menu, "AU JobKeeper Finish Fortnight Payslip Details: Results"


Fortnight 01 (30 March – 12 April)

30

31

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12

Fortnight 02 (13 April – 26 April)

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26

Fortnight 03 (27 April – 10 May)

27

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30

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5

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9

10

Fortnight 04 (11 May – 24 May)

11

12

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18

19

20

21

22

23

24



We will then report this to the ATO including the fortnight number based on the reportable date of the pay run + 1 fortnight. The ATO require we report it this way. 

So if you are claiming for fortnight 01, 02, 03 and the employee terminates in fortnight 03 (based on reportable date/pay date of the termination payslip) we will report fortnight 04. In the STP submission it will be reported as JOBKEEPER-FINISH-FN04. Remember that the fortnights are based on the ATO defined periods displayed above in section 7 of this guide. 



10. Manually adjust for multiple pay runs in a period:


The system will not compare existing pay runs in a fortnightly period. Each pay run will be treated as a standalone and the top-up added automatically if the taxable income is below $1,500 per fortnight equivalent. So if the employee has already received a top-up in a prior pay run within the ATO defined fortnights as per the table above, then you will need to delete the line created and recalculate with "IGNORE JOBKEEPER" ticked.


WEEKLY PAY FREQUENCIES

Please see this guide for full information AU JobKeeper Additional Automation for Weekly Pay Frequency

Employee Pay Summary

To review an employees taxable income in a defined period you can use the "Employee pay Summary" report from the Pay Reports menu. Set the "Pay Date" filter to match one of the ATO defined fortnights. Eg. 30/3/2020 - 12/4/2020 would be fortnight 01



11. Contact support if you have attempted your own solution:


Please contact support@infinetcloud.com and fully explain your situation if you have already paid your employees using your own sub types prior to this update or have attempted to add Start/Finish fortnights manually. We should be able to guide you on the best resolution.