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the employee’s  Tax File Number Declaration signed copy of the  Offer of  Employment... Tax and superannuation IT'S THE LAW You must withhold tax from... employees pay and send it to the Australian Taxation Office Tax When you pay employees, you...

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Pay Rates Awards And Payroll ⇒ Managing Farm Payroll
IMPORTANT Some laws, such as workers compensation, superannuation and certain tax laws may apply to... compensation, work health and safety laws, still apply for overseas workers. Australian tax laws still apply but... to pay an employee without taking out tax. This is called paying someone ‘cash in hand.’ You can pay...

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Rights And Responsibilities As An Employer ⇒ Legal Requirements
$41,000 Tax $3,895 After tax   (per week) $713.56 Expenses   Debt  ... Like professional development, education and training opportunities come in many different forms. These range from one-on-one training, to short courses, to Degrees, Diplomas and Certificate courses.

Farming ⇒ Employees ⇒ Managing Your Ag Career ⇒ Goals And Direction
to give your employer copies of your working visa, passport, tax file number, superannuation fund,...

Farming ⇒ Employees ⇒ Visas And Contracts ⇒ Coming From Overseas
information about tax payments and visas for overseas workers. Beware of engaging a person as an... These days it's almost impossible to do all the work on our farms without at least a little help from the outside workforce. Successful farms are run by successful employers, this isn't something that happens by chance. An organised employer will have a strong understanding of the role and type of person they want for their farm, and be able to communicate their expectations clearly. This gives them a better chance of finding and keeping the right person for the job.

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Getting Ready To Employ Someone ⇒ Planning For New Employees On Your Farm

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