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  1. Tax file number (TFN)
    TFN declaration | TFN application for individuals
  2. Tax return for individuals 2016
  3. Individual tax return instructions 2016
  4. Prior years individuals tax return forms - schedules
  5. PAYG payment summaries
    Forms and guidelines | Statements | Individuals (non-business)
  6. PAYG withholding variation application (e-variation)
  7. Searching for lost super
  8. Superannuation standard choice form
  9. Applying for HECS-HELP benefit
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  • Super payment variation form and instructionsForm and instructions for superannuation fund and retirement savings account providers to notify the Tax Office that they cannot accept credit payments or debit requests for one or more superannuation members. (NAT 8451).
  • Super fund-retirement savings account provider claim for paymentThis form should be completed by a superannuation fund or retirement savings account provider when claiming any of the following; super co-contribution, individual account balances held in the superannuation holding accounts (SHA) special account or super. (NAT 73960)
  • Accountants' concession form 1 - AC1The claim under accountants' concession form must be used to both make and justify claims for the Accountants' Concession in relation to a document.
  • Accountants' concession form 2 - AC2The accountants' concession additional questionnaire attachment AC2A is used to both make and justify claims for the Accountants' Concession in relation to an attachment to a document.
  • Activity statement declarationTax Agents have identified a need for a downloadable declaration form that they can print off and send to their clients for signing or alternatively that they can email to their clients who may then return it via email with an electronic signature.
  • BAS A - quarterly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with a quarterly GST, PAYG tax withheld and PAYG income tax instalment obligations. Typical users include sole traders and companies. NAT 4189
  • BAS C - quarterly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with a quarterly GST, PAYG tax withheld and PAYG income tax instalment obligations and any ONE or combination of fringe benefit tax instalments, wine equalisation tax or luxury car tax. NAT 4195
  • BAS D - quarterly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with a quarterly GST only. Typical users include partnerships and charities. NAT 4191
  • BAS F - quarterly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with a quarterly GST and PAYG tax withheld obligations. Typical users include partnerships and charities. NAT 4190
  • BAS G - monthly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with monthly GST and any other obligations. NAT 4235
  • BAS P - annual GST returnThis sample document is for taxpayers who pay their GST by instalments and lodge an annual GST return. These clients must have an annual turnover of $2 million or less and pay a GST instalment amount (or varied amount) worked out by us. NAT 4646
  • BAS Q - annual GST reportThis sample document is for taxpayers who have paid and reported GST quarterly using GST Option 2. NAT 4647
  • BAS R - quarterly PAYG instalment noticeThis sample document is for taxpayers whose only obligation is PAYG instaments and who have elected to pay an instalment amount (Option 1). NAT 4753
  • BAS S - quarterly GST instalment noticeThis sample GST instalment notice is for clients who report and pay GST instalments quarterly, use the GST instalment amount to report, and have no other reporting requirements. NAT 8056
  • BAS T - quarterly GST & PAYG instalment noticeThis sample quarterly GST instalment notice is for clients who report and pay GST and PAYG quarterly, use the instalment amounts advised by us, and have no other reporting requirements. NAT 8057
  • BAS U - quarterly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with a quarterly GST, fuel tax credit, PAYG tax withheld and PAYG income tax instalment obligations. Typical users include sole traders and companies. NAT 14167.
  • BAS V - quarterly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with a quarterly GST, fuel tax credit, PAYG tax withheld and PAYG income tax instalment obligation and any ONE or combination of a fringe benefit tax instalment, wine equalisation tax or luxury car tax. NAT 14168.
  • BAS W - quarterly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with a quarterly GST and fuel tax credit role only. Typical users include partnerships and charities. NAT 14169
  • BAS X - quarterly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with a quarterly GST, fuel tax credit and PAYG tax withheld obligations. Typical users include partnerships and charities. NAT 14170.
  • BAS Y - monthly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with monthly GST, fuel tax credit and any other obligations. NAT 14171.
  • BAS Z - annual GST returnThis sample document is for taxpayers with annual GST, and fuel tax credit as well as taxpayers with wine equalisation tax or luxury car tax obligations as well. Taxpayers who pay their GST by instalments do not use this form as they use BAS P. NAT 14172
  • Fuel tax credits calculation worksheetHow to calculate the fuel tax credits amount to claim on your business activity statement.
  • IAS B - IASThis document is for taxpayers with a PAYG income tax instalment obligation only. Typical users include Partners in partnerships and other individual taxpayers who report and pay PAYG income tax instalments quarterly. NAT 4192
  • IAS I - IASThis sample document is for taxpayers with a PAYG tax withheld only (quarterly or monthly). Note: taxpayers may receive IAS I for two months of a quarter and a quarterly AS form for the third month. NAT 4193
  • IAS J - quarterly IASThis sample document is for taxpayers with PAYG income tax instalment, PAYG tax withheld and FBT obligations. Use this document for your record keeping purposes. NAT 4197
  • IAS N - annual IASThis sample document is for taxpayers who have elected to report and pay an annual PAYG income tax instalment. NAT 4648
  • RBAS - revised activity statementThis sample document is used by taxpayers to revise earlier activity statements. NAT 3233.
  • Nomination of legal representative - entityClients of legal practitioners can use this form to notify us that they have appointed you as their legal representative to manage their entity's tax affairs. (NAT 15898)
  • Nomination of legal representative - individualClients of legal practitioners can use this form to notify us that they have appointed a legal representative to manage their tax affairs. (NAT 11525)
  • Trans-Tasman imputation - electionThis form allows a New Zealand company to choose that the Australian imputation system is to apply to the company. Provided the form is completed with the required information, lodging the form will mean that the company has made the choice to join the Australian imputation system.
  • Trans-Tasman imputation - revocationThis form allows a New Zealand company that has made a NZ franking choice to revoke the choice. The revocation takes effect when this form is given to the Australian Commissioner of Taxation.
  • Amendment of income tax return for individualsIf you realise that you did not include something on your tax return that you should have, or there is some other error on your tax return, you need to correct it as soon as possible by requesting an amendment.
  • Objection form - for taxpayersIf you are not a tax agent or other tax professional use this form to lodge your own objection or an objection on behalf of another individual or entity.If you are registered for the Business Portal you can lodge your objection via the Business Portal.
  • Employment termination payment with an invalidity segment worksheetUse this worksheet (PDF) if you are making an employment termination payment that has an invalidity segment. Do not use this worksheet for payments relating to a death benefit, a genuine redundancy, or an early retirement payment.
  • Employment termination payments worksheetUse this worksheet (PDF, 96 KB) if you are making an employment termination payments. Do not use this worksheet for payments relating to invalidity, a death benefit, a genuine redundancy or early retirement.
  • Duty-free operator returnA form to report excisable missed dockets and stocktake shortages or surplus. NAT 10405.
  • Excise return & instructionsYou should complete this form if you wish to report excise liabilities arising under a periodic settlement permission or to request authorisation to deliver excisable goods into home consumption. NAT 4285
  • Continuing movement permissionApplications for permission to move underbond excisable or excise equivalent goods (NAT 73710), to export excisable goods (NAT 12043) and to move or export tobacco seed, plant and/or leaf (NAT 12080, NAT 8517) on a continuing basis.
  • Registration for excise paymentsComplete this form if you are required to make payments of excise duty but do not hold an excise licence or permission. NAT 16623
  • Single movement permissionApplications for permission to move underbond excisable or excise equivalent goods (NAT 73711), to export excisable goods (NAT 12042) and to move or export tobacco seed, plant and/or leaf (NAT 12079, NAT 12555) once only.
  • Copies of tax documents request - individualsYou or your authorised representative can use this document to request copies of tax returns, payment summaries and notices of assessment.
  • Guide to company tax return for NFPs 2010Guide for clubs and other mutual organisations to help complete the company tax return for 1 July 2009 to 30 June 2010. Explains some common errors and their consequences for taxable not-for-profit clubs, societies and associations.
  • Guide to company tax return for NFPs 2011Guide for clubs and other mutual organisations to help complete the company tax return for 1 July 2010 to 30 June 2011. Explains some common errors and their consequences for taxable not-for-profit clubs, societies and associations.
  • Guide to company tax return for NFPs 2012Guide for clubs and other mutual organisations to help complete the company tax return for 1 July 2011 to 30 June 2012. Explains some common errors and their consequences for taxable not-for-profit clubs, societies and associations.
  • Guide to company tax return for NFPs 2013Guide for clubs and other mutual organisations to help complete the company tax return for 1 July 2012 to 30 June 2013. Explains some common errors and their consequences for taxable not-for-profit clubs, societies and associations.
  • Guide to company tax return for NFPs 2014Guide for clubs and other mutual organisations to help complete the company tax return for 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2014. Explains some common errors and their consequences for taxable not-for-profit clubs, societies and associations.
  • Guide to company tax return for NFPs 2015Guide for clubs and other mutual organisations to help complete the company tax return for 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2015. Explains some common errors and their consequences for taxable not-for-profit clubs, societies and associations.
  • H-Individual tax return 2009Expanded 2009 individual tax return for use by wealthy individuals.
  • Nomination of parliamentary representativeUse this form to nominate a member of parliament as a representative to deal with the ATO on your behalf and receive information about your taxation affairs. (NAT 73767)
  • Super lump sum scheduleThis form should be completed when answering the question 'Did you receive an Australian superannuation lump sum payment?' on your tax return
  • Ultimate beneficiary scheduleThis schedule enables trustees of closely held trusts to comply with the disclosure requirements in respect of ultimate beneficiaries to net income and tax-preferred amounts of the trusts.
  • Consolidated groups losses schedule 2016A head company of a consolidated group or MEC (multiple entry consolidated) group that satisfies any one or more of a series of tests must complete the Consolidated groups losses schedule 2016 and lodge it with the Company tax return 2016. NAT 7888-6.2016
  • Consolidated groups losses schedule instructions 2015A head company of a consolidated group or MEC (multiple entry consolidated) group that satisfies any one or more of a series of tests, must complete the Consolidated losses schedule 2015 and lodge it with the Company tax return 2015. NAT 7891
  • Losses schedule instructions 2015For use by companies, trusts and superannuation funds to assist with completion of Losses schedule 2015. NAT 4088
  • Losses schedule instructions 2016For use by companies, trusts and superannuation funds to assist with completion of Losses schedule 2016. NAT 4088
  • Objection form - for tax professionalsYou should use this form if you are a tax professional, or are lodging through the Tax Agent Portal.
  • Objection form - for taxpayersIf you are not a tax agent or other tax professional use this form to lodge your own objection or an objection on behalf of another individual or entity.If you are registered for the Business Portal you can lodge your objection via the Business Portal.
  • Choosing to pay an annual PAYG instalmentThe form is for tax agents transmitting on behalf of their clients.
  • IAS B - IASThis document is for taxpayers with a PAYG income tax instalment obligation only. Typical users include Partners in partnerships and other individual taxpayers who report and pay PAYG income tax instalments quarterly. NAT 4192
  • IAS I - IASThis sample document is for taxpayers with a PAYG tax withheld only (quarterly or monthly). Note: taxpayers may receive IAS I for two months of a quarter and a quarterly AS form for the third month. NAT 4193
  • IAS J - quarterly IASThis sample document is for taxpayers with PAYG income tax instalment, PAYG tax withheld and FBT obligations. Use this document for your record keeping purposes. NAT 4197
  • IAS N - annual IASThis sample document is for taxpayers who have elected to report and pay an annual PAYG income tax instalment. NAT 4648
  • PAYG instalments - activity statement instructionsProvides education on how to complete the PAYG instalment labels on your activity statement.
  • PAYG foreign resident withholding variationThis application form should be used when the foreign resident payee wants to reduce their pay as you go (PAYG) withholding rate for the year ending 30 June 2017.
  • PAYG withholding FRWV e-variationUse the PAYG foreign resident withholding variation application (e-variation) to reduce your pay as you go (PAYG) withholding rate for the year ending 30 June 2017.
  • PAYG withholding variation applicationThis application should be used when the payee wants to vary the rate or amount of pay as you go (PAYG) tax withheld for the year ending 30 June 2017.
  • PAYG withholding variation application-senior Australians onlyThis application should be used when you want to vary the rate or amount of PAYG tax withheld for the year ending 30 June 2017 and you are a senior Australian receiving payments from multiple payers.
  • PAYG withholding variation short applicationThis application should be used when you want to vary the rate or amount of pay as you go (PAYG) tax withheld for the year ending 30 June 2017 from an allowance or overpayment relating to Higher Education Loan Program (HELP), Trade Support Loan (TSL), Student Start-up Loan (SSL) or Financial Supplement repayments, or to defer these payments.
  • PAYG withholding variation supplementThe supplement to the PAYG withholding variation application should be completed if you have business income or non-commercial business or partnership losses.
  • TFN declarationThe information you provide in this declaration will allow your payer to work out how much to withhold from payments made to you. (NAT 3092)
  • Withholding declarationThis declaration authorises your payer to adjust the amount of tax withheld from payments made to you or to advise your payer of a change to information you previously provided in a Tax file number declaration NAT 3092.
  • Withholding declaration - calculating your tax offsetYou can use this information to work out your eligibility to claim or vary a tax offset at questions 7 and 8 of the Withholding declaration.
  • Voluntary agreement for PAYG withholdingA voluntary agreement is an agreement between a business (the Payer) and a contract worker (Payee) to bring work payments into the pay as you go (PAYG) withholding system.
  • Annual TFN withholding reportThe report is due three months after the end of the income year unless we have given you more time to lodge. For trusts with a 30 June balancing date, this will be 30 September.
  • BAS A - quarterly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with a quarterly GST, PAYG tax withheld and PAYG income tax instalment obligations. Typical users include sole traders and companies. NAT 4189
  • BAS C - quarterly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with a quarterly GST, PAYG tax withheld and PAYG income tax instalment obligations and any ONE or combination of fringe benefit tax instalments, wine equalisation tax or luxury car tax. NAT 4195
  • BAS D - quarterly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with a quarterly GST only. Typical users include partnerships and charities. NAT 4191
  • BAS F - quarterly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with a quarterly GST and PAYG tax withheld obligations. Typical users include partnerships and charities. NAT 4190
  • BAS G - monthly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with monthly GST and any other obligations. NAT 4235
  • BAS R - quarterly PAYG instalment noticeThis sample document is for taxpayers whose only obligation is PAYG instaments and who have elected to pay an instalment amount (Option 1). NAT 4753
  • BAS T - quarterly GST & PAYG instalment noticeThis sample quarterly GST instalment notice is for clients who report and pay GST and PAYG quarterly, use the instalment amounts advised by us, and have no other reporting requirements. NAT 8057
  • BAS U - quarterly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with a quarterly GST, fuel tax credit, PAYG tax withheld and PAYG income tax instalment obligations. Typical users include sole traders and companies. NAT 14167.
  • BAS V - quarterly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with a quarterly GST, fuel tax credit, PAYG tax withheld and PAYG income tax instalment obligation and any ONE or combination of a fringe benefit tax instalment, wine equalisation tax or luxury car tax. NAT 14168.
  • BAS W - quarterly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with a quarterly GST and fuel tax credit role only. Typical users include partnerships and charities. NAT 14169
  • BAS X - quarterly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with a quarterly GST, fuel tax credit and PAYG tax withheld obligations. Typical users include partnerships and charities. NAT 14170.
  • BAS Y - monthly BASThis sample document is for taxpayers with monthly GST, fuel tax credit and any other obligations. NAT 14171.
  • Cancel GST or PAYG withholding branchUse this application if you want to cancel a goods and services tax (GST) and/or pay as you go (PAYG) withholding branch (NAT 15299).
  • Medicare levy variation declarationThis declaration allows you to vary the amount withheld for the Medicare levy.
  • PAYG payment summary - business & personal services incomeComplete this payment summary to provide details of amounts you have withheld from business and personal services income for the 2009–10 and later years. NAT 72545
  • RBAS - revised activity statementThis sample document is used by taxpayers to revise earlier activity statements. NAT 3233.
  • Register GST or PAYG withholding branchUse this application if you want to create a goods and services tax (GST) branch or a pay as you go (PAYG) withholding branch (NAT 14834).
  • TFN reportThe procedures for filling out the TFN report.
  • PAYG payment summary - super income streamInstructions and sample form for superannuation providers to make super income stream payments, including super income stream lump sum in arrears payments to a payee. (NAT 70987)
  • Direct debit request form & instructionsComplete the Direct debit request form to allow your personal income tax, fringe benefits tax, business activity statement, company income tax or superannuation fund income tax to be paid in full or by instalments through direct debit.
  • PAYG payment summary - super income streamInstructions and sample form for superannuation providers to make super income stream payments, including super income stream lump sum in arrears payments to a payee. (NAT 70987)
  • Agreement for departing Australia super paymentsAn agreement used by DASP intermediaries to apply for access to use the DASP online intermediary application system to submit electronic DASP claims on behalf of their temporary resident clients.
  • Auditor-actuary contravention report instructionsThese instructions include information about the reporting criteria and examples to help you complete the Auditor/actuary contravention report (ACR). (NAT 11239)
  • Contributions for personal injuryForm and instructions for superannuation fund members who have received an eligible personal injury payment and want to contribute all or part of the amount to super without it counting towards their non-concessional contributions cap. (NAT 71162)
  • End benefit notice - superannuation provider Division 293 taxThis form is for superannuation providers to advise the ATO of their member's intention to take an end benefit and end benefit cap amount within 14 days of being notified by the ATO that a Division 293 tax deferred debt account is being kept for their member. (NAT 74728)
  • Member contributions statement - supplier lodgment declarationYou must complete this declaration each financial year if you are supplying an electronic Member contributions statement (MCS) on behalf of the superannuation provider. (NAT 71913)
  • Unclaimed super money non-lodgment form & instructionsForm and instructions for superannuation providers and suppliers to advise that the fund has no members with unclaimed superannuation money accounts to report. (NAT 73231)
  • Unclaimed super money statementForm for super funds to report unclaimed super, including former temporary resident unclaimed super money and lost member accounts. (NAT 71864)
  • Company income tax return 1990Use this form to declare your company income for the year ended 30 June 1990. NAT 0656-6.1990.
  • Film industry incentives 1990If you invest in the Australian film industry, you may be eligible for a special tax deduction.
  • Form C instructions 1990These instructions will help you complete your company income tax return for the year ended 30 June 1990. NAT 0669-6.1990.
  • Form F instructions 1990These instructions will help you complete a fund income tax return for the year ended 30 June 1990. NAT 1601-6.1990.
  • Form P instructions 1990These instructions will help you complete your partnership income tax return for the year ended 30 June 1990. NAT 0670-6.1990.
  • Form T instructions 1990These instructions will help you complete a trust estate income tax return for the year ended 30 June 1990. NAT 0671-6.1990.
  • Franking account return 1990This return is to be completed for all companies and corporate trust estates treated as companies, that have a liability to pay franking deficit tax. NAT 1382-6.1990.
  • Fund income tax return 1990Use this form to declare superannuation fund, approved deposit fund, or pooled superannuation trust income for the year ended 30 June 1990. NAT 0658-6.1990.
  • Home loan interest rebate worksheet 1990In the 1989-90 financial year, a rebate was available to certain Australian residents for interest paid on a mortgage on their first home. Use this worksheet to calculate the amount you can claim on your income tax return.
  • Income tax return for individuals 1990Use this form to declare your income for the year ended 30 June 1990. NAT 0975-6.1990.
  • Individual income tax return - tax agents 1990Use this form if you are a tax agent preparing a 1990 individual income tax return for a client. NAT 1371-6.1990.
  • Moneys subscribed to licensed management and investment companies 1990A deduction may be allowable for share capital subscribed to a management and investment company licensed under the Management and Investment Companies Act 1983.
  • Partnership income tax return 1990Use this form to declare your partnership income for the year ended 30 June 1990. NAT 0659-6.1990.
  • Schedule 25A 1990Complete this schedule if your company was engaged in overseas transactions with related overseas entities. NAT 1125-6.1990.
  • Schedule L: Eligible termination payments 1990If you received a payment for termination of employment, other than a payment for annual leave and/or long service leave, you should complete Schedule L and attach it to your tax return. NAT 936-6.1990.
  • TaxPack 1990TaxPack 1990 is designed to help you complete your 1990 income tax return form for individuals. NAT 0976-6.1990.
  • Trust estate income tax return 1990Use this form to declare trust estate income for the year ended 30 June 1990. NAT 0660-6.1990.
  • Capital gains worksheet 1993Use this worksheet to help you calculate your capital gain or loss. NAT 1789-6.1993.
  • Company income tax return 1993Use this form to declare your company income for the year ended 30 June 1993. NAT 0656-6.1993.
  • Depreciation worksheet 1993Use this worksheet to help you calculate your depreciation claims. NAT 113-2.1993.
  • Form C instructions 1993These instructions will help you complete your company income tax return for the year ended 30 June 1993. NAT 0669-6.1993.
  • Form F instructions 1993These instructions will help you complete a fund income tax return for the year ended 30 June 1993. NAT 1601-6.1993.
  • Form P instructions 1993These instructions will help you complete your partnership income tax return for the year ended 30 June 1993. NAT 0670-6.1993.
  • Form T instructions 1993These instructions will help you complete a trust estate income tax return for the year ended 30 June 1993. NAT 0671-6.1993.
  • Franking account return 1993This return is to be completed for all companies and corporate trust estates treated as companies, that have a liability to pay franking deficit tax. NAT 1382-6.1993.
  • Fund income tax return 1993Use this form to declare superannuation fund, approved deposit fund, or pooled superannuation trust income for the year ended 30 June 1993. NAT 0658-6.1993.
  • Income tax return for individuals 1993Use this form to declare your income for the year ended 30 June 1993. NAT 0976-2-6.1993.
  • Individual income tax return - tax agents 1993Use this form if you are a tax agent preparing an individual income tax return for a client for the year ended 30 June 1993. NAT 1371-6.1993.
  • Medicare levy worksheet 1993Use this worksheet to help you calculate the Medicare levy you have to pay. NAT 1787-6.1993.
  • Partnership income tax return 1993Use this form to declare your partnership income for the year ended 30 June 1993. NAT 0659-6.1993.
  • Schedule 25A 1993Complete this schedule if your partnership, trust, company or fund was engaged in overseas transactions with related overseas entities. NAT 1125-6.1993.
  • Schedule L: Eligible termination payments 1993If you received a payment for termination of employment, other than a payment for annual leave and/or long service leave, you should complete Schedule L and attach it to your tax return. NAT 936-6.93.
  • TaxPack 1993TaxPack 1993 is designed to help you complete your 1993 income tax return form for individuals. NAT 0976-6.1993.
  • Company income tax return 1994Use this form to declare your company income for the year ended 30 June 1994. NAT 0656-6.1994.
  • Form C instructions 1994These instructions will help you complete your company income tax return for the year ended 30 June 1994. NAT 0669-6.1994.
  • Form F instructions 1994These instructions will help you complete a fund income tax return for the year ended 30 June 1994. NAT 1601-6.1994.
  • Form P instructions 1994These instructions will help you complete your partnership income tax return for the year ended 30 June 1994. NAT 0670-6.1994.
  • Franking account return 1994This return is to be completed for all companies and corporate trust estates treated as companies, that have a liability to pay franking deficit tax. NAT 1382-6.1994.
  • Fund income tax return 1994Use this form to declare superannuation fund, approved deposit fund, or pooled superannuation trust income for the year ended 30 June 1994. NAT 0658-6.1994.
  • Income tax return for individuals 1994Use this form to declare your income for the year ended 30 June 1994. NAT 0976-2-6.1994.
  • Individual income tax return - tax agents 1994Use this form if you are a tax agent preparing an individual income tax return for a client for the year ended 30 June 1994. NAT 1371-6.1994.
  • Partnership income tax return 1994Use this form to declare your partnership income for the year ended 30 June 1994. NAT 0659-6.1994.
  • Schedule 25A 1994Complete this schedule if your partnership, trust, company or fund was engaged in overseas transactions with related overseas entities. NAT 1125-6.1994.
  • TaxPack 1994TaxPack 1994 is designed to help you complete your 1994 income tax return form for individuals. NAT 0976-6.1994.
  • Trust estate income tax return 1994Use this form to declare trust estate income for the year ended 30 June 1994. NAT 660-6.1994.
  • Trans-Tasman imputation - electionThis form allows a New Zealand company to choose that the Australian imputation system is to apply to the company. Provided the form is completed with the required information, lodging the form will mean that the company has made the choice to join the Australian imputation system.
  • Trans-Tasman imputation - revocationThis form allows a New Zealand company that has made a NZ franking choice to revoke the choice. The revocation takes effect when this form is given to the Australian Commissioner of Taxation.
  • Voluntary disclosures - approved formExplains how to make a voluntary disclosure in the approved form. You can inform ATO of shortfall amounts, or of false or misleading statements that do not result in shortfall amounts.