How to report a tax crime
Help us ensure everyone pays their fair share of tax. Report information on suspected tax crime or report a concern using our ATO app, available from the app store or call 1800 060 062. If you are a tax practitioner use Fast Key Code 3 4.
You can also report online anytime at ato.gov.au/reportaconcern
Making a voluntary disclosure
We encourage taxpayers who have made a mistake in relation to their tax affairs to make a voluntary disclosure. This can lead to reductions in shortfall penalties and interest, particularly if the voluntary disclosure is made before the notification of an audit.
Voluntary disclosures can be made in writing, electronically, by phone, or other methods available in specific circumstances.
Read full details about how to make a voluntary disclosure.
Speeches and media releases
19 March 2015: Commissioner’s address to the Taxation Institute of Australia
11 June 2015: ATO Swoops on Phoenix Businesses
20 April 2015: Serious tax offenders brought to justice
31 March 2015: Illegal tobacco farmer cops jail sentence
11 March 2015: ATO leads taskforces on serious financial crime
9 January 2015: ATO uses new powers to recover superannuation entitlements from phoenix operators
Find a full list of speeches and media releases on our website.
The eleventh issue of Targeting tax crime: a whole-of-government approach.