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Commercial Release Information
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e-PayDay Go was officially released on 15 June 2023 and will initially be provided at no additional cost; your current Monthly or Annual Subscription remains the same. Notification was sent to advise that your first payment is due on 1 November 2023. 
Refer to Version History (Changelog) for information on the latest releaseSign up today to start your Single Touch Payroll (Phase 2) journey.
Although e-PayDay Go has been released, there have been some features and functionality we are yet to include, which may mean you need to request a deferral with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).
🎯 Until notified in a future e-PayDay Go release:
1. New Roles should not be added.
2. New Users can be added; however, we recommend that they are assigned to the Role of Admin due to changes required to Roles.


Features not yet available

  1. Payee Tax Treatments - ATO-Defined, Actors, and Voluntary Agreement.
  2. Payee Income Streams - Foreign Employment, Inbound Assignee to Australia, Labour Hire, Other Specified Payments, and Voluntary Agreement.
  3. APIs (e-Port) - allows you to import and export certain information to or from the provider of your choice. 
  4. Leave Register and Scheduling (e-Leave) - allows you to view Leave previously recorded and schedule leave in advance within the Payee Master File.
  5. Processing a pay run by importing raw or interpreted timesheet data.
🎯 We recommend seeking a deferral with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) if you use any of the above features in e-PayDay Legacy.
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