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If you are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment, you can phone the Tax Office through the National Relay Service:
- If you are a TTY or modem user phone 13 36 77 and ask for the number you want. For 1800 free call numbers, phone 1800 555 677 and ask for the number you want.
- If you are a voice-only (speak and listen) user phone 1300 555 727 and ask for the number you want. For 1800 free call numbers, phone 1800 555 727 and ask for the number you want.
If you want to complete your own transfer advice but think you may need some assistance, then Tax Help may be the answer.
We train and support our community volunteers to help you.
Tax Help is a free and confidential service for people on low incomes.
Many people who use Tax Help are seniors, people from non-English speaking backgrounds, people with a disability, Aboriginal people, Torres Strait Islander people and students.
Volunteers can explain your obligations and help you prepare your transfer advice accurately.
There are Tax Help centres throughout Australia. If you want to visit one of the trained volunteers you need to make an appointment. You need to bring a copy of the 30% child care tax rebate transfer advice and instructions 2007 and all relevant papers with you when you visit.
For more information or to find out where your nearest Tax Help centre is, phone the Personal Infoline on 13 28 61.
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If you received child care benefit and you do not need to lodge a 2007 tax return these instructions will help you transfer your rebate to your spouse. NAT 14719-6.2007.Last modified: 13 Feb 2019QC 27908