The new wage rates schedules for the General Retail Industry Award 2010 arising from the 3.5% Award wage increase are being finalised and will be ready for distribution to members in the next couple of days. NANA wants to ensure the new schedules are accurate and also reflect the changes to Sunday penalty rates which […]
Single Touch Payroll (STP) reporting starts from 1 July. Employers will gradually start reporting to the ATO from their payroll software each time they pay their employees. Through STP, employers will be reporting their employees’ salaries and wages, pay as you go withholding and super information.
The NSW Government has reintroduced the Fire Service Levy as a component of insurance, collectible by the insurer/broker. Newspack Insurance Broking has advised policyholders of the full details in the email which accompanies their renewal notices. The Fire Service Levy (FSL) is an unavoidable cost imposed by the NSW Government. Insurance companies do not make any […]
NANA and TAFE NSW have partnered to deliver Skills for Business to help grow your Newsagency and small business with fully-subsidised training in digital literacy, financial literacy, and general business management. TAFE is Australia’s largest and one of the most highly respected training providers. NANA has been appointed as TAFE’s official partner to deliver this […]
Gordon and Gotch Australia has introduced a no physical returns program (NPR) which delivers cost savings to Newsagents as they do not have to cover the costs of returning unsold magazines to the GGA depot.
On 15 June 2018 Fairfax Media sent a communication to Newsagents in the main population centres in NSW and ACT – Newcastle, Central Coast, Blue Mountains, Sydney metro, Wollongong and Canberra – advising of their intention to
Gordon and Gotch Australia has advised it has moved to the PMP Print Site at 31 Heathcote Road, Moorebank. As a result, changes have been made to the drop off point for returns:
The following item appeared in “What’s Hot at the Lott” on 25 May 2018. Benefits of DigiPOS Did you know (and without making representations) that outlets with DigiPOS outperformed non-DigiPOS outlets on average by 5%.
Through the recently announced $30M Skills for Business initiative, a number of TAFE courses are available to help you train up yourself and your staff in different areas important to small businesses. A number of the courses on offer focus on digital literacy including:
Two quick guides have been introduced by NANA which cover the difference between casual and part-time employees and what you may need to do with the introduction of single touch payroll by the ATO.