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January 2018

Newsletter; Small Business Super Clearing House (SBSCH) changes & AUSkey Registration 

Small Business Super Clearing House (SBSCH) changes

From 26 February 2018, the SBSCH will join ATO online services and will no longer be accessible with the current user ID and password authentication.  SBSCH will only be assessable through the Business Portal with an AUSkey.

The current SBSCH system will be available for you to make super payments up until the close of business on Monday February 19.  SBSCH will then be unavailable from February 20 to February 25 while they transfer the data.

Tax Agents will be able to access the SBSCH on behalf of clients through the Tax Agent Portal.

The ATO are running a webinar on Thursday February 8:

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AUSkey registration

An AUSkey allows you to access various government online services.  You register for an AUSkey online through the Australian Business Register:  https://abr.gov.au/AUSkey/AUSkey-explained/

As a part of the registration process, you will be sent an email link to software that needs to be installed on a computer.

You then activate your AUSkey by entering a confirmation code and setting a password.  You may be required to make a phone call to verify your identity as a part of this process.

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