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After setting up Single Touch Payroll (STP), there are some details you can update yourself, like your name, business phone number or email address.

Other details, like your ABN and Software ID, were recorded when you set up Single Touch Payroll. To update these details you'll need to set up Single Touch Payroll again.

 

To update your...Do this...
name, business phone number, or business email address
  1. Go to the Payroll command centre and click Payroll reporting.
  2. Click Payroll Reporting Centre.
  3. If prompted, sign in with your MYOB account details.
  4. Click the ATO settings tab.
  5. Enter your updated details.
  6. Click Update details.
ABN, Software ID, Agent ABN or Registered Agent Number
  1. Go to the Payroll command centre and click Payroll reporting.
  2. Click Payroll Reporting Centre.
  3. If prompted, sign in with your MYOB account details.
  4. Click the ATO settings tab.
  5. Click STP settings.
  6. Follow the prompts to set up Single Touch Payroll again.

  FAQs


How do I fix or delete a report that's been sent to the ATO?

How do I fix or delete a report that's been sent to the ATO?

With STP, your employees' year to date (YTD) figures are sent to the ATO after each pay run. So if changing an employee's pay affects their YTD figures, the updated figures will be sent to the ATO the next time you do a pay run.

If you want to remove or "undo" a pay that you've sent to the ATO, you'll be able to delete or reverse it based on its status in the Payroll Reporting Centre. This ensures you're not deleting anything which has already been accepted by the ATO. For details, see Changing a recorded pay.

Pay runs will remain listed in the payroll reporting centre even after deleting or reversing a pay in AccountRight.

If the pay you need to change is in a payroll year that's been finalised with the ATO, see Changing a pay after finalising with Single Touch Payroll.