Resource for information on the social security payments and services which Centrelink delivers to the Australian public.
Australian Securities & Investments Commission
Enforces company and financial services laws to protect consumers, investors and creditors.
Australian Taxation Office
Taxation information for individuals, companies and organizations.
Public search of Australian Business Number (ABN) and Goods and Services Tax (GST) status.
Provides information in relation to land tax and payroll tax.
Office of Consumer and Business Affairs
Provides a service to the general public under its five main branches: Consumer Affairs (includes Trade Measurement and Product Safety); Business and Occupational Services (includes Business Names, Associations and Co-operatives, Licensing); Births, Deaths and Marriages; Tenancies (includes Residential, Retail, Bonds and support to the Residential Tenancies Tribunal); and Education and Information Services.
Consumer Price Index (CPI)
List of national CPI Rates from September 1985 to present.
Details the CPI for each state, along with the national average.
The Australian Financial Review reports the latest news from business, finance, investment and politics, updated in real time.
Foreign Exhcange Rates
Currencies and conversion calculator for exchange rates. Graph of last days values using data from the Federal Reserve Bank.
Australian Securities and Exchange – ASX
Provides information for the Australian Securities Exchange including stock quotes, market data, share prices, tools and resources as well as investment information.
Reserve Bank of Australia
Provides information on monetary policy statements, economic statistics, description of the payment system, information on banknotes, and other publications and research. Details the interest rate and inflation rate.
ATO PAYG Withholding calculator
A tool that will help you calculate the amount of PAYG Withholding to withhold from wages.
Trial Work and Probationary Employment
Provides information detailing what the difference is between trial/probationary employment periods and work experience. Trial/probationary work is often confused with work experience, which is coordinated and run through an educational institution.
The Powers of Industrial Relations Inspectors
Describes the powers of industrial relations (IR) inspectors in South Australia. IR inspectors are State Government officials who are appointed by the Minister for Industrial Relations to ensure compliance with workplace rights and obligations.
Termination of Employment
Describes the minimum obligations and entitlements of employers and employees in South Australia. Only full-time and part-time employees are entitled to a notice period of termination or payment in lieu of that notice. Employees are also required to give notice if they are intending to leave their employment.
Records to Be Kept – Time and Wage Records
Describes the minimum obligations and entitlements of employers and employees in South Australia. Employers must keep accurate time and wage records for each employee.
Records to Be Kept – Payslip
Describes the minimum obligations and entitlements of employers and employees in South Australia. Payslips must be issued for each employee.
Parental Leave – Maternity Leave and Paternity Leave
Describes the minimum entitlements that are generally available for employees. Parental leave is unpaid leave and covers maternity leave for women and paternity leave for men.
Describes the minimum obligations and entitlements of employers and employees in South Australia. Permanent, full-time and part-time employees are entitled to paid sick leave on account of illness or injury where they are too unwell to work.
Long Service Leave
Information relating to Long Service Leave in South Australia. Long Service Leave is paid to employees who have completed 10 or more years employment service.
Describes the minimum annual leave entitlements that are generally available for employees in South Australia. Full-time and part-time employees are entitled to paid leave each year for each 12-month period of employment. Annual leave becomes due yearly on the anniversary of the employee’s employment.
Employee or Independent Contractor?
Provides general guidance on the difference between an employee and an independent contractor in South Australia.
Workcover for Employers
Useful information regarding Workcover for Employers.
Choice of Superannuation fund – Standard choice form
Form to give employees for their super fund choice.
Superannuation for Your New Employees
Provides details about what your super obligations are in relation to employees, and what you need to do to meet them.
Introduction to Superannuation
Details the obligations of employers in relation to superannuation for their employees.
Pay as You Go (PAYG) Withholding Rates
Pay as You Go (PAYG) withholding tax tables for payments made from 1 July 2008.
Minimum Wage – Rate Sheet
Rate sheet for minimum wage.
Details the standard Federal minimum wage payable to employees.
Awards (Wages & Conditions)
Award wages covering conditions and entitlements in South Australia.
A tool that will help you look for your lost super. Your tax file number (TFN) is required.
Workers are entitled to receive their minimum entitlements and to work in an environment that is safe, and free from harassment or discrimination. Describes basic information about: awards and agreements, the different ways of working, rates of pay, leave, superannuation, termination of employment, workplace health and safety, workers compensation, discrimination, sexual harassment, workplace bullying, unions and employee associations.
Provides information in relation to tenancies. Including access to the Tenancies Tribunal and forms required for tenants and leases.
Provides information and calculators regarding stamp duty being charged on documents and transactions.