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  1. Tax file number (TFN) application for individuals
  2. Tax return for individuals 2018
  3. Individual tax return instructions 2018
  4. Prior years individuals tax return forms - schedules
  5. PAYG payment summaries
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  6. PAYG withholding variation application (e-variation)
  7. Searching for lost super
  8. Superannuation standard choice form
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  • Application for release from tax debtThe Application for release form can be used to apply for release from tax debt in certain circumstances, for debts of $10,000 or more. The form is available to download as a PDF (NAT 15080).
  • 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 aren't a tax agent or other tax professional you can 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.
  • Fuel tax credit registration - non-business claimantsUse this form if you do not claim fuel tax credits through an activity statement and you want to register to claim for domestic electricity generation or non-profit emergency vehicles or vessels. Don't use this form if you are registered for GST.
  • Copies of tax documents requestYou can review copies of your lodged income tax returns using our online services. Your authorised representative can use this document to request copies of tax returns, payment summaries and notices of assessment.
  • Nomination of parliamentary representativeUse this form to nominate a member of parliament as a representative to deal with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) on your behalf or on behalf of an entity for whom you are an authorised representative. (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 2017A 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 2017 and lodge it with the Company tax return 2017. NAT 7888-6.2017
  • Consolidated groups losses schedule 2018A 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 2018 and lodge it with the Company tax return 2018. NAT 7888-6.2018.
  • 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
  • Consolidated groups losses schedule instructions 2018A 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 2018 and lodge it with the Company tax return 2018. 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
  • Losses schedule instructions 2017For use by companies, trusts and superannuation funds to assist with completion of Losses schedule 2017. NAT 4088
  • Losses schedule instructions 2018For use by companies, trusts and superannuation funds to assist with completion of Losses schedule 2018. NAT 4088
  • Objection form - for taxpayersIf you aren't a tax agent or other tax professional you can 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.
  • 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).
  • Nomination of parliamentary representativeUse this form to nominate a member of parliament as a representative to deal with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) on your behalf or on behalf of an entity for whom you are an authorised representative. (NAT 73767)
  • Deferring your compulsory repayment or overseas levyInformation on downloading and completing an application form to defer your HELP, HECS, TSL, SSL, ABSTUDY SSL or Financial Supplement repayment or HELP/TSL overseas levy (NAT 2471).
  • HECS-HELP benefit - OverviewThis webpage provides instructions and an application form to apply for the HECS-HELP benefit as an early childhood, maths, science, education or nursing graduate.
  • Income tax return for individuals 1994Use this form to declare your income for the year ended 30 June 1994. NAT 0976-2-6.1994.
  • TaxPack 1994TaxPack 1994 is designed to help you complete your 1994 income tax return form for individuals. NAT 0976-6.1994.
  • Australian film industry incentives 2002If you invest in the Australian film industry, you may be eligible for a special tax deduction. NAT 0954-06.2002.
  • Baby bonus claim 2002Use this form to claim the baby bonus if you gave birth to a baby or gained legal responsibility of a child aged under 5 years after 30 June 2001.
  • Baby bonus instructions and claim 2002If you had a baby after 30 June 2001, you may be entitled to the baby bonus. These instructions will help you to complete your claim. NAT 6580-06.2002.
  • Business & professional items schedule 2002If you need to complete item 13, 14 or 15 of your taxreturn (supplementary section), you must fill in this schedule. NAT 2816-6.2002.
  • Business and professional items schedule and instructions 2002Use this guide to help you complete the Business and professional items schedule on your 2002 tax return.
  • CGT schedule 2002For use in conjunction with company, trust or fund income tax return 2002. (NAT 3423-06.2002) Available in PDF.
  • Deductions for prepaid expenses 2002If you have prepaid a deductible expense for something which is to be done within 13 months, read this document to find out how much of it you can claim this year. (NAT 4170-06.2002)
  • Foreign income return form guide (including updates)This guide explains measures relating to the taxation of foreign income derived by, or attributed to, Australian residents. NAT 1840-5.1998.
  • Foreign investment funds guide (including update)If you have an interest in a foreign investment fund or foreign life policy, this guide explains how foreign investment funds legislation affects you. NAT 2130.
  • Guide to CGT 2001-02This guide explains capital gains tax for individuals who have sold their main residence, for individuals with complex capital gains tax obligations and for companies, trusts and funds.NAT 4151-06.2002
  • Guide to depreciating assets 2002If you use a capital asset, such as a car or machinery, in earning your income, you may be able to claim a deduction for the cost of that asset, spread over its effective life. This guide explains whether you can claim a deduction and how to calculate it.
  • Income averaging for special professionals 2002If you are an artist, composer, writer, inventor, performer, production associate or sportsperson, this guide will explain special averaging provisions which may apply to your income. NAT 2475-06.2002
  • Information for primary producers 2002A primary producer is an individual, a trust or a company carrying on a business of primary production. NAT 01712-06.2002.
  • Non-lodgment 2002Complete this form if you consider that you do not need to lodge a tax return for 2001-02 income year. NAT 2586-6.2002
  • Personal investors guide to CGT 2001-02If you sold shares or units in a unit trust, or received a distribution of a capital gain from a managed fund, this guide explains your tax obligations. (NAT4152-06.2002)
  • Refund of imputation credits for an individual 2002This publication outlines the criteria for claiming a refund of imputation credits, explains common terms, and includes a worksheet and application forms.
  • Refund of imputation credits: application & instructions for individuals 2002This publication outlines the criteria for claiming a refund of imputation credits, explains common terms, and includes a worksheet and application forms. (NAT 04105-06.2002)
  • Rental properties 2002If you own a rental property, this guide will help you work out what claims you can make on your tax return. NAT 1729-06.2002.
  • Rental properties instructions and schedule 2002If you have or had a rental property, and you lodge your return on paper, this schedule and instructions will help you to work out what to declare on your income tax return. The schedule is included in e-tax and ELS programs. NAT 02683-06.2002.
  • Schedule 25A instructions 2002For use by partnerships, trusts, companies and funds to assist with completion of 2002 tax returns. Nat 2639 available in PDF.
  • Tax return for individuals (supplementary section) 2002You will need the TaxPack (supplementary section) to help you complete this part of your income tax return. NAT 2679-6.2001.
  • Tax return for individuals 2002Use TaxPack 2002 to fill in this tax return. NAT 2541-6.2002.
  • TaxPack 2002TaxPack 2002 is designed to help you complete your 2002 tax return for individuals. This guide includes information about the TaxPack, TaxPack supplement and TaxPack for retirees. NAT 0976-06.2002.
  • You and your shares 2002Explains the income you declare, deductions and credits you can claim, and records you need to keep if you hold shares as an investment. (NAT02632-06.2002)
  • Australian film industry incentives 2003If you invest in the Australian film industry, you may be eligible for a special tax deduction. NAT 0954-06.2003.
  • Baby bonus claim & instructions 2003Use this form to claim the baby bonus if you gave birth to a baby or gained legal responsibility of a child aged under 5 years after 30 June 2001. NAT6581-06.2003.
  • Baby bonus instructions and claim 2003If you had a baby after 30 June 2001, you may be entitled to the baby bonus. These instructions will help you to complete your claim. NAT 06581-06.2003.
  • Business and professional items schedule 2003This guide is to help you to complete the Business and professional items schedule on your 2003 tax return.
  • Business and professional items schedule and instructions 2002-03Use this guide to help you complete the business and professional items schedule on your 2003 tax return. (NAT 2543-06.2003)
  • CGT schedule 2003For use in conjunction with company, trust or fund income tax return 2003. (NAT 3423-06.2003). Available in PDF [51.9 kB].
  • Deductions for prepaid expenses 2003If you have prepaid a deductible expense for something which is to be done within 13 months, read this guide to find out how much of it you can claim this year. (NAT 4170-06.2003)
  • Foreign income return form guide (including updates)This guide explains measures relating to the taxation of foreign income derived by, or attributed to, Australian residents. NAT 1840-5.1998.
  • Guide to CGT 2002-03This guide explains capital gains tax for individuals who have sold their main residence, for individuals with complex capital gains tax obligations and for companies, trusts and funds. NAT 4151-06.2003.
  • Guide to depreciating assets 2003If you use a capital asset, such as a car or machinery, in earning your income, you may be able to claim a deduction for the cost of that asset, spread over its effective life. This guide explains whether you can claim a deduction and how to calculate it.
  • How to claim a foreign tax credit 2003If you are an Australian resident individual and have paid foreign tax on income you received from outside Australia, this guide will help you to claim a credit for that foreign tax. NAT 2338-06.2003.
  • Income averaging for special professionals 2003If you are an artist, composer, writer, inventor, performer, production associate or sportsperson, this guide will explain special averaging provisions which may apply to your income. NAT 2475-06.2003
  • Individual PAYG payment summary schedule 2003For use by individuals to assist with completion of 2003 income tax returns. (NAT 3647-06.2003)
  • Information for primary producers 2003A primary producer is an individual, a trust or a company carrying on a business of primary production. NAT no 1712-06.2003.
  • Interest on early payments and overpayments of tax 2003For individuals and taxable trusts, this guide explains your entitlement to interest if you pay your tax early, pay more than is required, or if the Tax Office delays the refund of a running balance account surplus. NAT 2277-06-2003.
  • Joint Petroleum Development Area instruction sheet 2003These instructions should be used by an individual who has earned income during 2002-03 for performing work or services in the Joint Petroleum Development Area (JPDA) as defined in the Timor Sea Treaty. (NAT 08277-06.2003)
  • Non-lodgment 2003Complete this form if you consider that you do not need to lodge a tax return for 2002-03 income year. NAT 2586-06.2003
  • Personal investors guide to CGT 2002-03If you sold shares or units in a unit trust, or received a distribution of a capital gain from a managed fund, this guide explains your tax obligations. (NAT 4152-06.2003)
  • Refund of imputation credits for individuals 2003This publication outlines the criteria for claiming a refund of imputation credits, explains common terms, and includes a worksheet and application forms. NAT 4098-6.2003.
  • Refund of imputation credits: application & instructions for individuals 2003This publication outlines the criteria for claiming a refund of imputation credits, explains common terms, and includes a worksheet and application forms. NAT 4105-06.2003.
  • Rental properties 2003If you own a rental property, this guide will help you work out what claims you can make on your tax return. NAT 1729-06.2003.
  • Rental properties schedule 2003If you have or had a rental property, and you lodge your return on paper, this schedule and instructions will help you to work out what to declare on your income tax return. The schedule is included in e-tax and ELS programs.
  • Rental properties schedule and instructions 2003If you have or had a rental property, and you lodge your return on paper, this schedule and instructions will help you to work out what to declare on your income tax return. The schedule is included in e-tax and ELS programs. NAT2683-06.2003.
  • Tax return for individuals (supplementary section) 2003You will need the TaxPack (supplementary section) to help you complete this part of your income tax return. NAT 2679-6.2003.
  • Tax return for individuals 2003Use TaxPack 2003 to help you fill in this tax return. NAT 2541-6.2003.
  • TaxPack 2003TaxPack 2003 is designed to help you complete your 2003 tax return for individuals. This guide includes information about the TaxPack, TaxPack supplement and TaxPack for retirees. NAT 0976-06.2003.
  • You and your shares 2003Explains the income you declare, deductions and credits you can claim, and records you need to keep if you hold shares or convertible notes as an investment. NAT 2635-06.2003.
  • Australian film industry incentives 2003-04If you invest in the Australian film industry, you may be eligible for a special tax deduction. (NAT 0954-06.2004)
  • Baby bonus claim 2004Use this form to claim the baby bonus if you gave birth to a baby or gained legal responsibility of a child aged under 5 years after 30 June 2001. NAT 6581-06.2004
  • Baby bonus instructions and claim 2003-04If you had a baby after 30 June 2001, you may be entitled to the baby bonus. These instructions will help you to complete your claim. NAT 06580-06.2004.
  • Business & professional items schedule 2004This guide is to help you to complete the Business and professional items schedule on your 2004 tax return. NAT2816-6.2001.
  • Business and professional items schedule and instructions 2003-04Use this guide to help you complete the business and professional items schedule on your 2004 tax return.
  • Deductions for prepaid expenses 2003-04If you have prepaid a deductible expense for something which is to be done within 13 months, read this guide to find out how much of it you can claim this year. NAT 4170-06.2004.
  • Foreign income return form guide 2003-04This guide explains measures relating to the taxation of foreign income derived by, or attributed to, Australian residents. NAT 1840-6.2004
  • Foreign investment funds guide 2003-04If you have an interest in a foreign investment fund or foreign life policy, this guide explains how foreign investment funds legislation affects you. NAT 2130-6.2004.
  • Guide to CGT 2003-04This guide explains capital gains tax for individuals who have sold their main residence, for individuals with complex capital gains tax obligations and for companies, trusts and funds. NAT 4151-06.2004
  • Guide to depreciating assets 2003-04If you use a capital asset, such as a car or machinery, in earning your income, you may be able to claim a deduction for the cost of that asset, spread over its effective life. NAT 1996-06.2004.
  • How to claim a foreign tax credit 2003-04If you are an Australian resident individual and have paid foreign tax on income you received from outside Australia, this guide will help you to claim a credit for that foreign tax. NAT 2338-06.2004
  • Income averaging for special professionals 2003-04If you are an artist, composer, writer, inventor, performer, production associate or sportsperson, this guide will explain special averaging provisions which may apply to your income. NAT 2475-06.2004
  • Information for primary producers 2003-04A primary producer is an individual, a trust or a company carrying on a business of primary production. NAT 1712-06.2004.
  • Interest on early payments and overpayments of tax 2003-04For individuals and taxable trusts, this guide explains your entitlement to interest if you pay your tax early, pay more than is required, or if the Tax Office delays the refund of a running balance account surplus. (NAT 02277-06.2004)
  • Non-lodgment 2004Complete this form if you consider that you do not need to lodge a tax return for 2003-04 income year. NAT 2586-6.2004.
  • Personal investors guide to CGT 2003-04If you sold shares or units in a unit trust, or received a distribution of a capital gain from a managed fund, this guide explains your tax obligations. NAT 4152-06.2004
  • Refund of franking credits for individuals 2004This publication outlines the criteria for claiming a refund of franking credits, explains common terms, and includes a worksheet and application forms. NAT 4098-6.2004.
  • Refund of franking credits: application & instructions for individuals 2004This publication outlines the criteria for claiming a refund of imputation credits, explains common terms, and includes a worksheet and application forms. (NAT 04105-06.2004)
  • Rental properties 2003-04This guide explains how to treat rental income and expenses - including how to treat more than 230 residential rental property items. (NAT 1729-06.2004)
  • Retirees TaxPack 2004The Retirees TaxPack is a guide to completing your income tax return for 2003-04. NAT 2596-06.2004.
  • Tax Pack supplement 2003-04The TaxPack supplement contains information about income tax questions which apply to relatively few taxpayers. (NAT 02677-06.2004)
  • Tax return for individuals (supplementary section) 2003-04You will need the TaxPack (supplementary section) to help you complete this part of your income tax return. NAT 2679-6.2004.
  • Tax return for individuals 2004Use TaxPack 2004 to fill in this tax return. NAT 2541-6.2004.
  • Tax return for retirees 2003-04You will need the Retirees TaxPack 2004 to help you complete this form. NAT 2597-6.2004.
  • TaxPack 2004TaxPack 2004 is designed to help you complete your 2004 tax return for individuals. This guide includes information about the TaxPack, TaxPack supplement and TaxPack for retirees. NAT 00976-06.2004.
  • You and your shares 2003-04Explains the income you declare, deductions and credits you can claim, and records you need to keep if you hold shares or convertible notes as an investment. (NAT 02632-06.2004)
  • Australian film industry incentives 2004-05If you invest in the Australian film industry, you may be eligible for a special tax deduction. NAT 0954-6.2005.
  • Baby bonus claim 2005Use this form to claim the baby bonus if you gave birth to a baby or gained legal responsibility of a child aged under 5 (for example, through adoption) on or after 1 July 2001 and prior to 1 July 2004. NAT 6581-06.2005.
  • Baby bonus instructions and claim 2004-05Use this form to claim the baby bonus if you gave birth to a baby or gained legal responsibility of a child aged under 5 (for example, through adoption) on or after 1 July 2001 and prior to 1 July 2004. NAT 06580-06.2005.
  • Business & professional items schedule 2005This guide is to help you to complete the Business and professional items schedule on your 2005 tax return. NAT 2816-6.2005.
  • Business and professional items schedule instructions 2004-05Use this guide to help you complete the business and professional items schedule on your 2005 tax return. NAT 2543-6.2005.
  • CGT schedule 2005For use in conjunction with company, trust or fund income tax return 2005. PDF available. NAT 3423-6.2005.
  • Deductions for prepaid expenses 2004-05If you have prepaid a deductible expense for something which is to be done within 13 months, read this guide to find out how much of it you can claim this year. NAT 4170-6.2005.
  • Foreign income return form guide 2004-05This guide explains measures relating to the taxation of foreign income derived by, or attributed to, Australian residents. NAT 1840-6.2005
  • Foreign investment funds guide 2004-05If you have an interest in a foreign investment fund or foreign life policy, this guide explains how foreign investment funds legislation affects you. NAT 2130-6.2005.
  • Guide to CGT 2004-05This guide explains capital gains tax for individuals who have sold their main residence, for individuals with complex capital gains tax obligations and for companies, trusts and funds. NAT 4151-6.2005.
  • Guide to depreciating assets 2004-05If you use a capital asset, such as a car or machinery, in earning your income, you may be able to claim a deduction for the cost of that asset, spread over its effective life. NAT 1996-6.2005.
  • Income averaging for special professionals 2004-05If you are an artist, composer, writer, inventor, performer, production associate or sportsperson, this guide will explain special averaging provisions which may apply to your income. NAT 2475-6.2005.
  • Individual PAYG payment summary schedule 2005For use by individuals to assist with completion of 2005 income tax returns. NAT 3647-6.2005.
  • Information for primary producers 2004-05A primary producer is an individual, a trust or a company carrying on a business of primary production. NAT 1712-6.2005.
  • Interest on early payments and overpayments of tax 2004-05For individuals and taxable trusts, this guide explains your entitlement to interest if you pay your tax early, pay more than is required, or if the Tax Office delays the refund of a running balance account surplus. NAT 2277-6.2005.
  • Non-lodgment 2005Complete this form if you consider that you do not need to lodge a tax return for 2004-05 income year. NAT 2586-6.2005.
  • Personal investors guide to CGT 2004-05If you sold shares or units in a unit trust, or received a distribution of a capital gain from a managed fund, this guide explains your tax obligations. (NAT 4152-6.2005)
  • Refund of franking credits for individuals 2005Use this form to claim a refund of franking credits if you are an Australian resident individual and do not need to lodge an income tax return. NAT 4098-6.2005.
  • Refund of franking credits: application & instructions for individuals 2005This publication outlines the criteria for claiming a refund of imputation credits, explains common terms, and includes a worksheet and application forms. NAT 4105-06.2005.
  • Rental properties 2004-05This guide explains how to treat rental income and expenses - including how to treat more than 230 residential rental property items. NAT 1729-06.2005.
  • Retirees TaxPack 2005The Retirees TaxPack is a guide to completing your income tax return for 2004-05. NAT 2596-06.2005.
  • Tax return for individuals (supplementary section) 2004-05You will need the TaxPack (supplementary section) to help you complete this part of your income tax return. NAT 2679-06.2005.
  • Tax return for individuals 2005Use TaxPack 2005 to fill in this tax return. NAT 2541-6.2005.
  • Tax return for retirees 2004-05You will need the Retirees TaxPack 2005 to help you complete this form. NAT 2597-06.2005.
  • TaxPack 2005TaxPack 2005 is designed to help you complete your 2005 tax return for individuals. This guide includes information about the TaxPack, TaxPack supplement and TaxPack for retirees. NAT 0976-06.2005.
  • TaxPack supplement 2004-05The TaxPack supplement contains information about income tax questions which apply to relatively few taxpayers. NAT 2677-06.2005.
  • Timor Sea Treaty Joint Petroleum Development Area instructions 2004-05These instructions should be used by an individual who has earned income during 2004-05 for performing work or services in the Joint Petroleum Development Area (JPDA) as defined in the Timor Sea Treaty. NAT 8277-6.2005.
  • You and your shares 2004-05Explains the income you declare, deductions and credits you can claim, and records you need to keep if you hold shares or convertible notes as an investment. NAT 2632-06.2005.
  • Airline employees 2016If you work in the airline industry as a flight attendant, flight engineer, pilot or ground engineer, this guide will help you to work out what other work-related expenses you can claim in your tax return.
  • Australian Defence Force Members 2016If you are a member of the defence forces, this guide will help you to work out what other work-related expenses you can claim in your tax return.
  • Business and professional items 2016Business and professional items 2016
  • Cleaners 2016If you are employed as a cleaner, this guide will help you to work out what you can claim in your tax return.
  • Deductions for prepaid expenses 2016If you have prepaid a deductible expense for something which is to be done in a later income year, read this guide to find out how much of it you can claim this year.
  • Dividend and interest schedule 2016This schedule forms part of the company tax return for companies reporting dividend and interest payments paid or credited in the year ending 30 June 2016. NAT 8030-6.2016
  • Factory Workers 2016If you work in a factory, this guide will help you work out what other work-related expenses you can claim in your tax return.
  • Film industry incentives 2016If you invest in the Australian film industry, you may be eligible for a special tax deduction.
  • Foreign income return form guide 2016This guide explains measures relating to the taxation of foreign income derived by, or attributed to, Australian residents.
  • Government super contributions workbook 2016This workbook will help you complete item A3 on your 2016 tax return.
  • Guide to capital gains tax 2016This guide explains capital gains tax for individuals who have sold their main residence, for individuals with complex capital gains tax obligations and for companies, trusts and funds.
  • Guide to depreciating assets 2016If you use a capital asset, such as a car or machinery, in earning your income, you may be able to claim a deduction for the cost of that asset, spread over its effective life. NAT 1996-6.2016.
  • Guide to foreign income tax offset rules 2016If you are an Australian resident and have paid foreign tax on income you received from outside Australia, this guide will help you claim a foreign income tax offset.
  • Hairdressers 2016If you are employed as a hairdresser, this guide will help you to work out what other work-related expenses you can claim in your tax return.
  • Hospitality industry employees 2016If you are employed in the hospitality industry as a chef, waiter, waitress or bar attendant, this guide will help you to work out what other work-related expenses you can claim in your tax return.
  • Income averaging for special professionals 2016If you are an artist, composer, writer, inventor, performer, production associate or sportsperson, this guide will explain special averaging provisions which may apply to your income.
  • Individual PAYG payment summary schedule 2016For use by individuals to assist with completion of 2016 income tax returns. NAT 3647-6.2016.
  • Individual tax return instructions 2016These instructions are designed to help you complete your tax return for individuals.
  • Information for primary producers 2016A primary producer is an individual, a trust or a company carrying on a business of primary production, alone or in partnership.
  • Interest on early payments and overpayments of tax 2016For individuals and taxable trusts, this guide explains your entitlement to interest if you pay your tax early, pay more than is required, or if the ATO delays the refund of a running balance account surplus.
  • Journalists 2016If you are employed as a journalist in the print, radio or television industry, this guide will help you to work out what you can claim in your tax return.
  • Lawyers 2016If you are employed as an articled clerk or other paralegal, lawyer or solicitor, this guide will help you to work out what other work-related expenses you can claim in your tax return
  • Non-lodgment advice 2016Complete this form if you consider that you do not need to lodge a tax return for the 2016 income year. NAT 2586-6.2016
  • Occupational rulings guide 2016This guide provides information on tax deductions for specific occupations. It is based on the relevant taxation ruling for each occupation covered here.
  • Performing artists 2016If you are employed as a performing artist, this guide will help you to work out what other work-related expenses you can claim in your tax return.
  • Personal investors guide to capital gains tax 2016If you sold shares or units in a unit trust, or received a distribution of a capital gain from a managed fund, this guide explains your tax obligations. (NAT 4152-6).
  • Refund of franking credit instructions and application for individuals 2016This publication outlines the criteria for claiming a refund of imputation credits, explains common terms, and includes a worksheet and application forms. NAT 4105-06.2016.
  • Refund of franking credits for individuals - application form 2016Use this form to claim a refund of franking credits if you are an Australian resident individual and do not need to lodge an income tax return. NAT 4098-6.2016.
  • Rental properties 2016This guide explains how to treat rental income and expenses - including how to treat more than 230 residential rental property items. NAT 1729-6.2016.
  • Shop assistants 2016If you are employed as a shop assistant, this guide will help you to work out what you can claim in your tax return.
  • Tax return for individuals (supplementary section) 2016You will need the (Individual tax return instructions 2016 (supplementary section) to help you complete this part of your income tax return. NAT 2679-06.2016.
  • Tax return for individuals 2016Use Individual tax return instructions 2016 to fill in this tax return. NAT 2541-06.2016.
  • Timor Sea Treaty - Joint Petroleum Development Area instructions 2016These instructions should be used by an individual who has earned income during 2016 for performing work or services in the Joint Petroleum Development Area (JPDA) as defined in the Timor Sea Treaty.
  • 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.
  • You and your shares 2016Explains the income you declare, deductions and credits you can claim, and records you need to keep if you hold shares or convertible notes as an investment. NAT 2632.
  • Trustee beneficiary non-disclosure tax payment adviceThis form is to be completed by the trustee of a closely held trust to advise the ATO of the amount of trustee beneficiary non-disclosure tax (TBNT) the trustee is liable to pay and to allow them to pay the TBNT.
  • 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.