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2022.05 release notes - AU

The 2022.05 release keeps MYOB Exo Employer Services compliant with Single Touch Payroll (STP) requirements. Although there's no change to how you submit STP, you must upgrade by 29 April 2023 to be able to successfully submit STP.

 This release also makes it easier to reset administrator passwords.

This release also includes the family and domestic violence leave (FDVL) update introduced in version 2022.03. If you're an employer with fewer than 15 employees, FDVL takes effect on 1 August 2023.

New features

Single Touch Payroll compliance

We've updated the connection between MYOB Exo Employer Services and the ATO that lets you submit STP reports. This doesn't change what you need to report or how you use MYOB Exo Employer Services to do your reporting.

However, to be able to successfully submit STP, upgrade by 29 April 2023.

Resetting administrator passwords

MYOB Partners and MYOB support can now reset administrator passwords. In MYOB Fix Utilities, click the new Reset Admin User Password button.

For detailed instructions, see the Resetting an administrator password support article.

Installing this release

Pre-install requirements

Requirements for PCs running Exo Employer Services components are detailed on the Minimum System Requirements page.

Installing Exo Employer Services

Information on installing and upgrading MYOB Exo Employer Services is maintained on the MYOB Enterprise Knowledgebase. See the following articles:

Check the release

To check that this release installed successfully, check that the versions displayed on the About window (Help menu > About) match the versions listed here:

MYOB Exo Employer Services2022.05
MYOB Exo Payroll2022.05
MYOB Exo Employee Information2022.05
MYOB Exo Time and Attendance2022.05
Runtime Files09.00.0000.7423
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