An ABN is a unique 11 digit identifying number that businesses use when dealing with other businesses. You can apply for an ABN or access and update your ABN details online.
Provides access to the annual reports of the Australian Taxation Office.
Provides tax information for businesses. Find out about registration, BAS, yearly reports and returns, payments to ATO and your tax obligations regarding your workers.
Provides calculators and tools to help you manage your taxation. There are calculators for employers such as a FBT calculator, and for individuals such as calculators for deductions and offsets you can claim.
Provides information for employees about choosing a super fund or retirement savings account (RSA) that will receive their super contributions under the superannuation guarantee.
You may have tax and superannuation obligations if you employ or contract workers into your business, either full-time or part-time.
Provides information on tax obligations when dealing with excisable goods and imported excise equivalent goods (EEGs), including alcohol, tobacco, fuel and petroleum products.
Provides information for Australian residents working overseas to help them work out whether or not their income is exempt from income tax in Australia.
Provides ATO forms and instructions that you can find by topic or by title. You can also search by keyword or by the NAT number of the form.
Provides credits and grants to reduce the costs of some fuels or provides a benefit to encourage the recycling of waste oils.
Provides information and advice for employers on paying superannuation for employees and contractors.
Provides information about tax file numbers (TFNs) for individuals including how to get one or how to find your TFN if you already have one. Only one TFN is issued to you during your lifetime.
Income tax is charged on income you receive, but you're entitled to claim deductions for some expenses directly related to your income. You may also be eligible for tax offsets that reduce the amount you pay.
Shows the percentage of tax payable for each income bracket, for individual Australian taxpayers, for the previous and current financial years.
Provides instructions designed to help you to complete your individual income tax return for 2015.
Provides tax information for you. Find out about tax returns, superannuation or get information specific to your situation, such as studying or investing.
If you are a foreign resident leaving Australia permanently or an Australian resident leaving before the end of the financial year, you may be eligible to lodge your tax return early.
Tax returns cover the financial year, which ends on 30 June, and if you’re lodging your own they are due by 31 October. The easiest and fastest way to lodge your own return is online using myTax. You'll need a myGov account linked to the ATO to lodge online.
Do you have any lost superannuation? You can search online or use the self-help phone service.
To help fund Medicare, most taxpayers pay a Medicare levy of 2.0% of their taxable income.
Provides tax information for non-profit organisations. Find out about setting up a non-profit organisation, gifts and fundraising, workers and volunteers, statements and returns and payments to the ATO.
Provides information about assessment notices, getting your refund, paying your tax and what to do if you can't pay on time.
If you have a visa that allows work rights, a visa that allows permanent migration, or a valid visa to stay in Australia indefinitely you can apply for a tax file number (TFN) online.
If you have an investment property, build or renovate for profit, or use a property in the running of a business, there may be implications for income tax, capital gains tax and goods and services tax (GST). Your home is generally exempt from tax.
If you are over 55, retired or thinking about retirement, find out how your taxation and superannuation interests will be affected by the decisions you make.
A free online superannuation payments service that helps small businesses with 19 or less employees make their superannuation contribution payments in one transaction.
Provides tax information about superannuation for workers, employers, self-managed super funds and superannuation professionals.
Provides information about the super co-contribution, including eligibility, how it is calculated and how it is paid.
If you work while visiting Australia on a temporary resident visa, your employer may be required to pay superannuation (super) on your behalf to a super fund. Explains what you can do with your super after you leave Australia.
If you are on a low income and want some free and confidential help filling out your tax return the Australian Taxation Office trained Tax Help volunteers may be able to assist.
If you are an employer or another withholding payer, the TWC helps you work out the tax you need to withhold from payments you make to employees and other workers.
You can update your address, nominated representative and contact details held by the ATO using the online services. You can update your name, gender or date of birth only by phone, mail or in person as you may require supporting documents.