new TWH is out look at $1804 on new table and its $467 and reckon is $463 $4 out

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TWH amounts in new reckon out 
No one has got back to me or checked it POOR work by Reckon as this effects us every week we do payroll
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YES NO replies weak
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For the pay that you think is incorrect can you advise the following details so we can check and verify

Gross pay:
Pay frequency:
Tax Scale:
What amount of PAYG is being calculated:
Any allowances/deductions:
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gross  1804
pay freq  weekly
tax scale from ATO $467
Reckon PAYG $464
tools $20
2IC $50
which all comes under gross pay $1804, nothing has changed since last FY except TWH
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2018/19 tax scale is $464 not $467 as several people have replied to you
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New Tax tables for 18/19 say tax on $1804 is $464 
https://www.ato.gov.au/uploadedFiles/Content/MEI/downloads/Weekly-tax-table-2018-19.pdf
Not sure where the issue is?
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I have the new tax table for July 1 2018 and tax on $1804 is $464.00.
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That"s what I have also on the new scale from 1.7.2018
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Linda Putland, Accredited Partner

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Perhaps there is something wrong with the ATO tax tables?  this from the ATO calculator on their website?  This figure matches what Reckon deducts - ie $464 
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Hi Tony,

Can I just confirm we are looking at the same data here?
The only reference i can find to the $467 figure is in the 17/18 tax tables.

The 18/19 tables seem to reflect the figures provided the within the software and matches what others are finding in their investigations. 
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Hi Sam - yes you are right!!! I was looking at a 17/18 tax table too... duh... :)

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