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Income you must declare

Income and deductions
Income tax is paid on money you receive, such as salary and wages, Centrelink payments, and investments. The amount of tax you pay depends on how much income you receive. You may be able to reduce the amount of tax you pay by claiming certain expenses you incurred in earning your income
Income you must declare
You must declare the income you received for each financial year on your annual tax return. Income you must declare includes employment income, pensions, annuities and government payments, investment income, business income and foreign income.
Providing taxi travel services through ride-sourcing and your tax obligations
Ride-sourcing services (also known as ride-sharing, ride-booking, taxi or ride-hailing services) are increasingly being used to provide taxi travel and have tax implications for those involved. If you are a driver providing this type of service and carry on an enterprise you must register for the goods and services tax (GST).
The sharing economy and tax
The sharing economy is a way of connecting buyers and sellers. The same tax rules apply to the sharing economy as they apply to the rest of the economy.