Welcome to the website of Wilmat Application Software.

Stallion by Wilmat is the leading accounts package designed and developed for the Racing Industry. Go to the Stallion pages for further information.

Payroll by Wilmat is an easy to use payroll system that takes the hassle out of managing your employees. The system includes the latest ATO tax tables, the SuperStream superannuation payment processing, electronic processing of employee tax declarations and annual payment summaries. Further information is available by selecting Payroll on my website.

Party Hire by Wilmat is an invoicing and stock control system that I have created for the Party Hire industry. It is a simple and easy to use system that will allow you to manage your client orders and provide effective control over your stock. Visit our Party Hire pages to learn more about this exciting system.

25-Sep-2016 New PAYG Tax Tables

New PAYG Tax Tables come into effect from 1st October 2016.

The Australian Government has increased the 32.5% tax threshold from $37,001 - $80,000 to $37,001 - $87,000. As a result, tax tables have changed for employees who earn over $80,000.

The updated tax tables are available in the latest Wilmat Payroll Version, V3.17, which is now available for download.  Select Update Payroll from the Wilmat Payroll Files menu to access this update.

This update also includes a number of tidy up type changes as well as a new Help file.

27-Jun-2016 Price Increase 1st July 2016

The price for software and support charges will increase on 1st July 2016 as follows:

PRODUCT GST excl GST incl
Stallion by Wilmat $450.00 $495.00
Stallion by Wilmat Annual Support & Update Service $150.00 $165.00
Payroll by Wilmat $240.00 $264.00
Payroll by Wilmat Annual Support & Update Service $100.00 $110.00

 

This is the first price increase since July 2010.

24-May-2016 2016-17 PAYG Withholding Tax Tables

2016-17 pay as you go (PAYG) withholding tax tables

As a result of the election, the income tax changes announced in the Federal Budget were not enacted. Under current law, only formulas relating to HELP and SFSS will change from 1 July 2016. There are no changes to any other withholding formulas from 1 July 2016.