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TPAR Generator - Features


  • Updated for latest Specifications applying to Government Entitites

  • Generates electronic Taxable Payments Annual Report and PDF advices for each Payee

  • Can load data from last year's TPAR.C01 file as a starting point for this year's report - simply change amounts

  • Can load data directly from MYOB® Company Files up to v19.14

  • Can import data from a tab-delimited file

  • Can export data to a tab-delimited file for easy updating and then import

  • Can be used to create TPAR from scratch

  • Generates a summary report for reference purposes

  • Separate Sender and Payer details - more efficient lodgment

  • Sender details can be saved and used on multiple reports without re-keying

  • All information can be saved and updated

  • All data fields can be updated

  • Generates AMENDED PDF advices and TPAR with AMENDED records

  • Customise filenames for automatically generated Payment Advices

  • Can view and edit an existing TPAR file

  • Lodge online via ATO Portals

TPAR Generator allows you to handle your Taxable Payments Reporting obligations to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) electronically. If your current accounting software does not support Taxable Payments Reporting, or supports it but requires you to complete the ATO forms by hand, TPAR Generator is the solution.

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Min System Requirements

Windows XP (SP3) or later - Mac users see here
Screen Res 1280 x 960 (recommended 1920 x 1080)
Internet connections and Browser for on-line Help


Please note:The current version of TPAR Generator is based on ATO Specs v2.0 and covers reporting by the Construction and Building Industry as well as Government Entities. The first report for Government Entities is due 28 Aug 2018 and the ATO has released Specs v2.0 to cover these new payment types. Those who use TPAR Generator for Construction and Building Industry payments can continue to use their existing version and will not be required to upgrade.
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