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    • Business PortalA secure website for managing your business tax affairs, protected by online security credentials, AUSkey.
    • Fuel tax credit calculatorThe fuel tax credit calculator is an easy to use tool that calculates your fuel tax credit amount to be claimed on your business activity statement (BAS).
    • Employee or contractorBusinesses can use this tool to determine whether a worker is an employee or contractor. It will give you a decision based on your answers to some questions.
    • Record keeping evaluationAdvice about business records you need to keep, and how well you keep them.
    • Employee or contractorBusinesses can use this tool to determine whether a worker is an employee or contractor. It will give you a decision based on your answers to some questions.
    • Record keeping evaluationAdvice about business records you need to keep, and how well you keep them.
    • Business PortalA secure website for managing your business tax affairs, protected by online security credentials, AUSkey.
    • AMP Ltd demergerThis calculator helps shareholders work out the capital gains tax consequences of the AMP Ltd demerger of HHG PLC
    • CGT small business concessions toolThis tool will help tax agents to determine if an entity satisfies the basic conditions and is eligible for the capital gains tax (CGT) concessions that are available for small business.
    • Capital gains tax discount for individuals calculatorThis tool will help you work out your CGT discount if you have received an eligible capital gain from a CGT event.
    • Capital gains tax property exemption toolIf you had sole or joint ownership of a property that you sold or are going to sell (or otherwise dispose of), this tool will help you work out what portion of your capital gain is exempt from capital gains tax.
    • DemergersThis calculator helps shareholders work out the capital gains tax consequences under a demerger, including the BHP Billiton, CSR, Sonic Healthcare, Mincor, WMC and Mayne Group demergers.
    • Business industry code toolThe business industry code (BIC) tool allows you to search by main business activity description to find the correct BIC to report on your tax return or schedule. You can also search by ANZSIC code or BIC to check the activities they cover.
    • Employee or contractorBusinesses can use this tool to determine whether a worker is an employee or contractor. It will give you a decision based on your answers to some questions.
    • Personal living expenses comprehensive worksheetThis worksheet can help you to review your business record keeping, work out if your reported income is enough to support your actual lifestyle and self-assess your risk of being selected for an audit (NAT 72959).
    • Personal living expenses concise worksheetThis worksheet can help you to review your business record keeping, work out if your reported income is enough to support your actual lifestyle and self-assess your risk of being selected for an audit (NAT 72960).
    • Decline in valueProvides reports of decline in value calculations. This includes disposal calculations, and comparisons between the prime cost and diminishing value methods of calculating deductions for decline in value.
    • Home office expensesThis calculator will help you work out the deduction you can claim where a home office is used for income producing purposes. This calculator is available for the income years 2012–13, 2013–14 and 2014–15.
    • Record keeping evaluationAdvice about business records you need to keep, and how well you keep them.
    • Tax withheld calculatorIf you are an employer or another withholding payer, the tax withheld calculator helps you work out the tax you need to withhold from payments you make to employees and other workers.
    • Work related car expensesThis calculator will help you work out all four methods of work-related car expenses.
    • Home office expensesThis calculator will help you work out the deduction you can claim where a home office is used for income producing purposes. This calculator is available for the income years 2012–13, 2013–14 and 2014–15.
    • Self-education eligibilityThe Self-education eligibility tool will help you work out if you are eligible to claim a deduction for work-related self-education expenses on your tax return.
    • Self-education expensesThis calculator will give you an estimate of the deduction you can claim for work related self-education expenses on your tax return.
    • Work related car expensesThis calculator will help you work out all four methods of work-related car expenses.
    • AMP Ltd demergerThis calculator helps shareholders work out the capital gains tax consequences of the AMP Ltd demerger of HHG PLC
    • DemergersThis calculator helps shareholders work out the capital gains tax consequences under a demerger, including the BHP Billiton, CSR, Sonic Healthcare, Mincor, WMC and Mayne Group demergers.
    • Division 7A - benchmark interestFor the purposes of Division 7A of Part 3 of the Income Tax Assessment ACT 1936, the benchmark interest rate for an income year is the 'indicator' lending rates - bank variable housing loans interest rate' last published by the Reserve Bank of Australia before the start of the income year.
    • Division 7A calculator and decision toolDetermine if a direct transaction by a private company to a shareholder or their associate will be deemed a dividend under Division 7A, and calculate the minimum yearly repayment required on a loan to avoid a deemed dividend arising under Division 7A.
    • Comprehensive tax calculatorThis calculator will help you work out your tax refund or debt on a given taxable income for the income years 2012–13, 2013–14 and 2014–15.
    • HELP and TSL repayment calculatorThis calculator will help you work out the amount of compulsory Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) or Trade Support Loan repayment on assessment of your income tax return.
    • Super co-contribution calculatorThe super co-contribution calculator is a tool to help individuals and the self-employed estimate their co-contribution entitlement and eligibility.
    • Tax withheld calculatorIf you are an employer or another withholding payer, the tax withheld calculator helps you work out the tax you need to withhold from payments you make to employees and other workers.
    • Building and construction industry - employee/contractor decision toolBusinesses in the building and construction industry can use this tool to determine whether a worker is an employee or contractor. It will give you a decision based on your answers to some questions.
    • Employee or contractorBusinesses can use this tool to determine whether a worker is an employee or contractor. It will give you a decision based on your answers to some questions.
    • FBT - carThe fringe benefits tax (FBT) car calculator helps employers calculate the taxable value of a car fringe benefit using either the statutory formula method or the operating cost method.
    • Not-for-profit FBT CalculatorThis calculator will help you work out the Fringe benefits tax (FBT) for public benevolent institutions (PBIs), health promotion charities (HPCs), rebatable employers, public and non-profit hospitals and public ambulance services.
    • Record keeping evaluationAdvice about business records you need to keep, and how well you keep them.
    • Super guarantee contributionsUse this tool to calculate SG contributions for your eligible employees for a current quarter, including the period within 28 days after the end of that quarter.
    • Super guarantee eligibilityUse this decision tool if you have employees (including some contractors) to check their eligibility for super contributions.
    • Tax withheld calculatorIf you are an employer or another withholding payer, the tax withheld calculator helps you work out the tax you need to withhold from payments you make to employees and other workers.
    • Building and construction industry - employee/contractor decision toolBusinesses in the building and construction industry can use this tool to determine whether a worker is an employee or contractor. It will give you a decision based on your answers to some questions.
    • Employee or contractorBusinesses can use this tool to determine whether a worker is an employee or contractor. It will give you a decision based on your answers to some questions.
    • Employment termination payment calculatorUse this calculator to work out the type of employment termination payment and calculate the withholding amount.
    • FBT - carThe fringe benefits tax (FBT) car calculator helps employers calculate the taxable value of a car fringe benefit using either the statutory formula method or the operating cost method.
    • Super guarantee charge statement and calculator toolUse either the super guarantee charge calculator (electronic lodgment) or super guarantee charge (SGC) statement (paper lodgment) tool if you are late in paying your employees' superannuation contributions to a superannuation fund. These tools will enable you to calculate your SGC liability and prepare the SGC statement to be lodged with the ATO.
    • Super guarantee contributionsUse this tool to calculate SG contributions for your eligible employees for a current quarter, including the period within 28 days after the end of that quarter.
    • Super guarantee eligibilityUse this decision tool if you have employees (including some contractors) to check their eligibility for super contributions.
    • Tax withheld calculatorIf you are an employer or another withholding payer, the tax withheld calculator helps you work out the tax you need to withhold from payments you make to employees and other workers.
    • Employee or contractorBusinesses can use this tool to determine whether a worker is an employee or contractor. It will give you a decision based on your answers to some questions.
    • Super guarantee charge statement and calculator toolUse either the super guarantee charge calculator (electronic lodgment) or super guarantee charge (SGC) statement (paper lodgment) tool if you are late in paying your employees' superannuation contributions to a superannuation fund. These tools will enable you to calculate your SGC liability and prepare the SGC statement to be lodged with the ATO.
    • Super guarantee contributionsUse this tool to calculate SG contributions for your eligible employees for a current quarter, including the period within 28 days after the end of that quarter.
    • Super guarantee eligibilityUse this decision tool if you have employees (including some contractors) to check their eligibility for super contributions.
    • GST food classificationThis decision tool will ask you a series of questions to help you determine whether a food or beverage is GST-free or taxable.
    • FBT - carThe fringe benefits tax (FBT) car calculator helps employers calculate the taxable value of a car fringe benefit using either the statutory formula method or the operating cost method.
    • Not-for-profit FBT CalculatorThis calculator will help you work out the Fringe benefits tax (FBT) for public benevolent institutions (PBIs), health promotion charities (HPCs), rebatable employers, public and non-profit hospitals and public ambulance services.
    • Fuel tax credit calculatorThe fuel tax credit calculator is an easy to use tool that calculates your fuel tax credit amount to be claimed on your business activity statement (BAS).
    • Fuel tax credit eligibility toolThis decision tool is designed to help you work out if the fuel you use in your business is eligible for fuel tax credits.
    • GST food classificationThis decision tool will ask you a series of questions to help you determine whether a food or beverage is GST-free or taxable.
    • GST for BASThis worksheet allows you to work out GST amounts for your BAS. Do not lodge the worksheet with your BAS. We recommend you file it with a copy of the BAS to which it relates. NAT 5107.
    • GST propertyThe GST property tool is an interactive decision making tool designed to assist tax payers and tax agents understand GST implications for any property related transactions.
    • Personal living expenses comprehensive worksheetThis worksheet can help you to review your business record keeping, work out if your reported income is enough to support your actual lifestyle and self-assess your risk of being selected for an audit (NAT 72959).
    • Personal living expenses concise worksheetThis worksheet can help you to review your business record keeping, work out if your reported income is enough to support your actual lifestyle and self-assess your risk of being selected for an audit (NAT 72960).
    • HELP and TSL repayment calculatorThis calculator will help you work out the amount of compulsory Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) or Trade Support Loan repayment on assessment of your income tax return.
    • HELP voluntary repaymentThis calculator gives you an estimate of the bonus you will receive when you make a voluntary repayment towards your HELP debt, and the amount that will remain after your voluntary repayment has been applied.
    • SFSS repaymentThis calculator will help you work out the amount of compulsory SFSS repayment on assessment of your income tax return.
    • Are you a residentThis tool will help you find out if you are an Australian resident for tax purposes, if you have recently arrived in Australia.
    • Comprehensive tax calculatorThis calculator will help you work out your tax refund or debt on a given taxable income for the income years 2012–13, 2013–14 and 2014–15.
    • Do you need to lodge a tax return 2011A tool and instructions to help you work out if you need to lodge an income tax return.
    • Do you need to lodge a tax return 2012A tool and instructions to help you work out if you need to lodge an income tax return.
    • Tax withheld calculatorIf you are an employer or another withholding payer, the tax withheld calculator helps you work out the tax you need to withhold from payments you make to employees and other workers.
    • Australian zone listThis tool can be used to find out whether an Australian place is located in a zone for the purposes of the zone tax offset.
    • Beneficiary tax offset and seniors and pensioner tax offset calculatorThis calculator will help you determine your eligibility and calculate the amount of seniors and pensioners tax offset or beneficiary tax offset you can claim for the 2012-13, 2013-14 and 2014-15 income years.
    • Business industry code toolThe business industry code (BIC) tool allows you to search by main business activity description to find the correct BIC to report on your tax return or schedule. You can also search by ANZSIC code or BIC to check the activities they cover.
    • Calculate daysThis calculator will work out the number of days in a period you specify - for example, to calculate the number of days during an income year that you do not have to pay the Medicare levy surcharge.
    • Comprehensive tax calculatorThis calculator will help you work out your tax refund or debt on a given taxable income for the income years 2012–13, 2013–14 and 2014–15.
    • Decline in valueProvides reports of decline in value calculations. This includes disposal calculations, and comparisons between the prime cost and diminishing value methods of calculating deductions for decline in value.
    • Division 7A - benchmark interestFor the purposes of Division 7A of Part 3 of the Income Tax Assessment ACT 1936, the benchmark interest rate for an income year is the 'indicator' lending rates - bank variable housing loans interest rate' last published by the Reserve Bank of Australia before the start of the income year.
    • Division 7A calculator and decision toolDetermine if a direct transaction by a private company to a shareholder or their associate will be deemed a dividend under Division 7A, and calculate the minimum yearly repayment required on a loan to avoid a deemed dividend arising under Division 7A.
    • Do I need to lodge a tax returnThis tool will help you work out if you need to lodge an income tax return for the 2014-15 and earlier income years.
    • Foreign income conversion calculatorThis calculator will help you to convert foreign income into Australian dollars, using either a specific or an average rate of exchange for a range of countries.
    • HELP and TSL repayment calculatorThis calculator will help you work out the amount of compulsory Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) or Trade Support Loan repayment on assessment of your income tax return.
    • HELP voluntary repaymentThis calculator gives you an estimate of the bonus you will receive when you make a voluntary repayment towards your HELP debt, and the amount that will remain after your voluntary repayment has been applied.
    • Home office expensesThis calculator will help you work out the deduction you can claim where a home office is used for income producing purposes. This calculator is available for the income years 2012–13, 2013–14 and 2014–15.
    • Is your scholarship taxableThis calculator will help you work out whether or not your scholarship is taxable.
    • Low income tax offsetThis calculator will help you work out whether you are eligible for the low income tax offset. It also calculates the amount of your offset if your taxable income is less than the low income tax offset threshold. This calculator is available for the income years 2012–13, 2013–14 and 2014–15.
    • Lump sum payment in arrears tax offsetCalculates the tax offset that relates to a payment received in one tax year, and therefore assessable in that year, but which includes income that accrued in previous years.
    • Medicare levyThis calculator will help you work out your Medicare levy, including any half or full exemptions, and reductions based on family income. This calculator is available for the past three income years.
    • SFSS repaymentThis calculator will help you work out the amount of compulsory SFSS repayment on assessment of your income tax return.
    • Simple tax calculatorThis calculator will help you work out the tax you owe on your taxable income for the previous three income years.
    • Work related car expensesThis calculator will help you work out all four methods of work-related car expenses.
    • Zone or overseas forces tax offsetThis calculator will help you work out your eligibility for a zone or overseas forces tax offset and the tax offset that you can claim for the 2014-15, 2013-14 and 2012-13 income years.
    • Income testsThis calculator will help you work out your adjusted taxable income (ATI), rebate income and income for Medicare levy surcharge purposes.
    • Private health insurance rebate calculatorThis calculator will help you work out your future entitlement to the private health insurance rebate and the rebate percentage that you can claim. It will also work out the Medicare levy surcharge rate to be charged if you did not have private health insurance.
    • Comprehensive tax calculatorThis calculator will help you work out your tax refund or debt on a given taxable income for the income years 2012–13, 2013–14 and 2014–15.
    • Income testsThis calculator will help you work out your adjusted taxable income (ATI), rebate income and income for Medicare levy surcharge purposes.
    • Is your scholarship taxableThis calculator will help you work out whether or not your scholarship is taxable.
    • Simple tax calculatorThis calculator will help you work out the tax you owe on your taxable income for the previous three income years.
    • Are you a residentThis tool will help you find out if you are an Australian resident for tax purposes, if you have recently arrived in Australia.
    • Comprehensive tax calculatorThis calculator will help you work out your tax refund or debt on a given taxable income for the income years 2012–13, 2013–14 and 2014–15.
    • Do you need to lodge a tax return 2012A tool and instructions to help you work out if you need to lodge an income tax return.
    • Employee share schemes calculatorYou can use this calculator to value unlisted rights and underlying shares acquired under an employee share scheme.
    • Foreign income conversion calculatorThis calculator will help you to convert foreign income into Australian dollars, using either a specific or an average rate of exchange for a range of countries.
    • Home office expensesThis calculator will help you work out the deduction you can claim where a home office is used for income producing purposes. This calculator is available for the income years 2012–13, 2013–14 and 2014–15.
    • Income testsThis calculator will help you work out your adjusted taxable income (ATI), rebate income and income for Medicare levy surcharge purposes.
    • Net medical expenses tax offset calculatorThis calculator will help you work out the amount of medical expenses offset you can claim.
    • Self-education expensesThis calculator will give you an estimate of the deduction you can claim for work related self-education expenses on your tax return.
    • Work related car expensesThis calculator will help you work out all four methods of work-related car expenses.
    • Zone or overseas forces tax offsetThis calculator will help you work out your eligibility for a zone or overseas forces tax offset and the tax offset that you can claim for the 2014-15, 2013-14 and 2012-13 income years.
    • Check your superIt is important to keep track of your super. If you've ever changed your name, address or job, you may have lost track of some of your super. Having several super accounts could mean that fees and charges are reducing your overall super investment. There are a number of ways to check and manage your super.
    • Employee super guaranteeThe employee superannuation guarantee (SG) calculator tool is designed to help you determine whether you are eligible for SG contributions, and whether your employer is paying the correct amount.
    • Low income super contribution calculatorThe low income super contribution calculator (LISC) is a tool to help individuals estimate their LISC entitlement and eligibility.
    • Super co-contribution calculatorThe super co-contribution calculator is a tool to help individuals and the self-employed estimate their co-contribution entitlement and eligibility.
    • Temporary residents online applicationTemporary residents can request a refund of their superannuation money held in Australia by submitting an application online.
    • Are you a residentThis tool will help you find out if you are an Australian resident for tax purposes, if you have recently arrived in Australia.
    • Foreign income conversion calculatorThis calculator will help you to convert foreign income into Australian dollars, using either a specific or an average rate of exchange for a range of countries.
    • Residency status - leaving AustraliaUse this tool to establish your status if you have been living in Australia, and have recently left Australia, or intend to leave Australia soon. Residency status for tax purposes determines your liability to pay Australian personal tax on your income.
    • Residency status - leaving AustraliaUse this tool to establish your status if you have been living in Australia, and have recently left Australia, or intend to leave Australia soon. Residency status for tax purposes determines your liability to pay Australian personal tax on your income.
    • Do I need to lodge a tax returnThis tool will help you work out if you need to lodge an income tax return for the 2014-15 and earlier income years.
    • Gross pay estimatorThis calculator will give you an estimThis calculator will give you an estimate of your gross pay based on your net pay for a particular pay period (weekly, fortnightly or monthly).
    • Payment arrangementUse our online calculator to work out a payment arrangement that you can afford. Calculate different payment scenarios based on your circumstances and use these as a guide to propose a payment arrangement that enables you to address your tax obligations.
    • Net medical expenses tax offset calculatorThis calculator will help you work out the amount of medical expenses offset you can claim.
    • Private health insurance rebate calculatorThis calculator will help you work out your future entitlement to the private health insurance rebate and the rebate percentage that you can claim. It will also work out the Medicare levy surcharge rate to be charged if you did not have private health insurance.
    • Medicare levyThis calculator will help you work out your Medicare levy, including any half or full exemptions, and reductions based on family income. This calculator is available for the past three income years.
    • Australian zone listThis tool can be used to find out whether an Australian place is located in a zone for the purposes of the zone tax offset.
    • Beneficiary tax offset and seniors and pensioner tax offset calculatorThis calculator will help you determine your eligibility and calculate the amount of seniors and pensioners tax offset or beneficiary tax offset you can claim for the 2012-13, 2013-14 and 2014-15 income years.
    • Dependent (invalid and carer) tax offset calculatorThis calculator will help you work out the amount of tax offset that you can claim if you maintained an invalid or a carer of an invalid for the 2012-13 and 2013-14 income years.
    • Invalid and invalid carer tax offsetThis calculator will help you work out the amount of tax offset that you can claim if you maintained an invalid or a carer of an invalid for the 2014-15 income year.
    • Low income tax offsetThis calculator will help you work out whether you are eligible for the low income tax offset. It also calculates the amount of your offset if your taxable income is less than the low income tax offset threshold. This calculator is available for the income years 2012–13, 2013–14 and 2014–15.
    • Lump sum payment in arrears tax offsetCalculates the tax offset that relates to a payment received in one tax year, and therefore assessable in that year, but which includes income that accrued in previous years.
    • Net medical expenses tax offset calculatorThis calculator will help you work out the amount of medical expenses offset you can claim.
    • Private health insurance rebate calculatorThis calculator will help you work out your future entitlement to the private health insurance rebate and the rebate percentage that you can claim. It will also work out the Medicare levy surcharge rate to be charged if you did not have private health insurance.
    • Spouse (without dependent child or student) tax offset calculatorThis calculator will help you work out if you can claim the spouse (without dependent child or student) tax offset, and the amount of offset you can claim in your 2012-13 and 2013-14 tax returns.
    • Zone or overseas forces tax offsetThis calculator will help you work out your eligibility for a zone or overseas forces tax offset and the tax offset that you can claim for the 2014-15, 2013-14 and 2012-13 income years.
    • Australian zone listThis tool can be used to find out whether an Australian place is located in a zone for the purposes of the zone tax offset.
    • Lump sum payment in arrears tax offsetCalculates the tax offset that relates to a payment received in one tax year, and therefore assessable in that year, but which includes income that accrued in previous years.
    • PAYG instalments calculatorThis calculator will help you work out your PAYG instalments for the current financial year. Input your estimated financial details for the year, including income and expenses, and the calculator will provide an amount or rate based on your inputs.
    • Employee or contractorBusinesses can use this tool to determine whether a worker is an employee or contractor. It will give you a decision based on your answers to some questions.
    • Employment termination payment calculatorUse this calculator to work out the type of employment termination payment and calculate the withholding amount.
    • Gross pay estimatorThis calculator will give you an estimThis calculator will give you an estimate of your gross pay based on your net pay for a particular pay period (weekly, fortnightly or monthly).
    • Tax withheld calculatorIf you are an employer or another withholding payer, the tax withheld calculator helps you work out the tax you need to withhold from payments you make to employees and other workers.
    • Payment arrangementUse our online calculator to work out a payment arrangement that you can afford. Calculate different payment scenarios based on your circumstances and use these as a guide to propose a payment arrangement that enables you to address your tax obligations.
    • Credit for interest on early paymentsThis calculator will help you work out your entitlement to a credit for interest on early payments of tax for the 2012–13, 2013–14 and 2014–15 income years.
    • EFT code or payment reference numberThis tool will provide you with your electronic funds transfer (EFT) code or payment reference number (PRN). You will need your EFT code or PRN to pay your income tax using BPAY, credit card or direct credit.
    • Gross pay estimatorThis calculator will give you an estimThis calculator will give you an estimate of your gross pay based on your net pay for a particular pay period (weekly, fortnightly or monthly).
    • Payment arrangementUse our online calculator to work out a payment arrangement that you can afford. Calculate different payment scenarios based on your circumstances and use these as a guide to propose a payment arrangement that enables you to address your tax obligations.
    • Progress of returnUse this tool to find out the status of the individual income tax return you have lodged for the latest financial year (ending 30 June).
    • Check your superIt is important to keep track of your super. If you've ever changed your name, address or job, you may have lost track of some of your super. Having several super accounts could mean that fees and charges are reducing your overall super investment. There are a number of ways to check and manage your super.
    • Invalid and invalid carer tax offsetThis calculator will help you work out the amount of tax offset that you can claim if you maintained an invalid or a carer of an invalid for the 2014-15 income year.
    • Net medical expenses tax offset calculatorThis calculator will help you work out the amount of medical expenses offset you can claim.
    • Credit for interest on early paymentsThis calculator will help you work out your entitlement to a credit for interest on early payments of tax for the 2012–13, 2013–14 and 2014–15 income years.
    • Gross pay estimatorThis calculator will give you an estimThis calculator will give you an estimate of your gross pay based on your net pay for a particular pay period (weekly, fortnightly or monthly).
    • Private health insurance rebate calculatorThis calculator will help you work out your future entitlement to the private health insurance rebate and the rebate percentage that you can claim. It will also work out the Medicare levy surcharge rate to be charged if you did not have private health insurance.
    • CGT small business concessions toolThis tool will help tax agents to determine if an entity satisfies the basic conditions and is eligible for the capital gains tax (CGT) concessions that are available for small business.
    • Capital gains tax property exemption toolIf you had sole or joint ownership of a property that you sold or are going to sell (or otherwise dispose of), this tool will help you work out what portion of your capital gain is exempt from capital gains tax.
    • GST propertyThe GST property tool is an interactive decision making tool designed to assist tax payers and tax agents understand GST implications for any property related transactions.
    • Are you a residentThis tool will help you find out if you are an Australian resident for tax purposes, if you have recently arrived in Australia.
    • Residency status - leaving AustraliaUse this tool to establish your status if you have been living in Australia, and have recently left Australia, or intend to leave Australia soon. Residency status for tax purposes determines your liability to pay Australian personal tax on your income.
    • Undeducted Purchase PriceThe undeducted purchase price calculator will calculate the amount of the annual tax exclusion associated with the payment of a pension or annuity.
    • Business industry code toolThe business industry code (BIC) tool allows you to search by main business activity description to find the correct BIC to report on your tax return or schedule. You can also search by ANZSIC code or BIC to check the activities they cover.
    • Business viability assessment toolUse our business viability assessment tool to determine whether a business is viable.
    • Payment arrangementUse our online calculator to work out a payment arrangement that you can afford. Calculate different payment scenarios based on your circumstances and use these as a guide to propose a payment arrangement that enables you to address your tax obligations.
    • Record keeping evaluationAdvice about business records you need to keep, and how well you keep them.
    • CGT small business concessions toolThis tool will help tax agents to determine if an entity satisfies the basic conditions and is eligible for the capital gains tax (CGT) concessions that are available for small business.
    • Decline in valueProvides reports of decline in value calculations. This includes disposal calculations, and comparisons between the prime cost and diminishing value methods of calculating deductions for decline in value.
    • Employee super guaranteeThe employee superannuation guarantee (SG) calculator tool is designed to help you determine whether you are eligible for SG contributions, and whether your employer is paying the correct amount.
    • HELP and TSL repayment calculatorThis calculator will help you work out the amount of compulsory Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) or Trade Support Loan repayment on assessment of your income tax return.
    • HELP voluntary repaymentThis calculator gives you an estimate of the bonus you will receive when you make a voluntary repayment towards your HELP debt, and the amount that will remain after your voluntary repayment has been applied.
    • Is your scholarship taxableThis calculator will help you work out whether or not your scholarship is taxable.
    • SFSS repaymentThis calculator will help you work out the amount of compulsory SFSS repayment on assessment of your income tax return.
    • Self-education eligibilityThe Self-education eligibility tool will help you work out if you are eligible to claim a deduction for work-related self-education expenses on your tax return.
    • Self-education expensesThis calculator will give you an estimate of the deduction you can claim for work related self-education expenses on your tax return.
    • Temporary residents online applicationTemporary residents can request a refund of their superannuation money held in Australia by submitting an application online.
    • Employee super guaranteeThe employee superannuation guarantee (SG) calculator tool is designed to help you determine whether you are eligible for SG contributions, and whether your employer is paying the correct amount.
    • Check your superIt is important to keep track of your super. If you've ever changed your name, address or job, you may have lost track of some of your super. Having several super accounts could mean that fees and charges are reducing your overall super investment. There are a number of ways to check and manage your super.
    • Employee or contractorBusinesses can use this tool to determine whether a worker is an employee or contractor. It will give you a decision based on your answers to some questions.
    • Employee super guaranteeThe employee superannuation guarantee (SG) calculator tool is designed to help you determine whether you are eligible for SG contributions, and whether your employer is paying the correct amount.
    • Item A3 Government super contributions calculatorThis tool will help you calculate the correct amounts for the A3 labels on the individual tax return.
    • Low income super contribution calculatorThe low income super contribution calculator (LISC) is a tool to help individuals estimate their LISC entitlement and eligibility.
    • Super benefit componentSuper professionals can use this calculator to determine the crystallised segment of the tax free component of a superannuation interest.
    • Super co-contribution calculatorThe super co-contribution calculator is a tool to help individuals and the self-employed estimate their co-contribution entitlement and eligibility.
    • Super guarantee charge statement and calculator toolUse either the super guarantee charge calculator (electronic lodgment) or super guarantee charge (SGC) statement (paper lodgment) tool if you are late in paying your employees' superannuation contributions to a superannuation fund. These tools will enable you to calculate your SGC liability and prepare the SGC statement to be lodged with the ATO.
    • Super guarantee contributionsUse this tool to calculate SG contributions for your eligible employees for a current quarter, including the period within 28 days after the end of that quarter.
    • Super guarantee eligibilityUse this decision tool if you have employees (including some contractors) to check their eligibility for super contributions.
    • Temporary residents online applicationTemporary residents can request a refund of their superannuation money held in Australia by submitting an application online.
    • Undeducted Purchase PriceThe undeducted purchase price calculator will calculate the amount of the annual tax exclusion associated with the payment of a pension or annuity.
    • Home office expensesThis calculator will help you work out the deduction you can claim where a home office is used for income producing purposes. This calculator is available for the income years 2012–13, 2013–14 and 2014–15.
    • Self-education expensesThis calculator will give you an estimate of the deduction you can claim for work related self-education expenses on your tax return.
    • Work related car expensesThis calculator will help you work out all four methods of work-related car expenses.
    • Australian zone listThis tool can be used to find out whether an Australian place is located in a zone for the purposes of the zone tax offset.
    • Zone or overseas forces tax offsetThis calculator will help you work out your eligibility for a zone or overseas forces tax offset and the tax offset that you can claim for the 2014-15, 2013-14 and 2012-13 income years.