We welcome questions, commentary and constructive feedback on any of our social media pages. We expect users to post comments that are both relevant and respectful to the community as a whole.
By accessing our social media pages, you agree to comply with the terms and conditions of that social media platform and our individual page. Posts made by users do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policy of the ATO.
- reveal the personal information of individual taxpayers
- do not relate to our business operations
- are abusive, harassing, stalking, threatening or attacking others
- are defamatory, offensive, obscene, vulgar or depict violence
- are political in nature
- use language that is hateful, targets race/ethnicity, religion, gender, nationality or political beliefs
- are fraudulent, deceptive, misleading or unlawful
- are trolling or deliberately disrupting discussion
- are a violation of any intellectual property rights
- are commercial solicitation or solicitation of donations, or
- include link-baiting (ie embedding a link in your post to draw traffic to your own page or website).