• What you can do

    Tax crime threatens the revenue our governments use to provide services to the community, and disadvantages Australians who do the right thing.

    You can help protect Australia from tax crime and keep the system fair for everyone. While we cannot comment on other people's tax affairs, we will follow up on any information you give us.

    Report tax evasion

    Help us ensure everyone pays their fair share of tax.

    Unreported cash sales can give a business an unfair advantage. You might see someone:

    • not ringing up a sale on their till or keeping their till drawer open
    • paying cash wages
    • having two sets of books.

    If you think a person or a business is not playing fair, you can confidentially report suspected tax evasion to the Tax Evasion Reporting Centre onlineExternal Link anytime or by calling 1800 060 062. If you are a tax practitioner use Fast Key Code 3 4.

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    Protect your information and your identity

    We take the security and privacy of your personal and tax information very seriously. We safeguard your identity using systems and controls to ensure your information and transactions are safe. You play a big part in protecting your information and making sure it is safe online.

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    Tell us if your identity has been compromised so we can help you

    If you think your identity has been compromised, lost, stolen or misused, we can give you information, advice and help to re-establish your identity.

    Contact our Client Identity Support Centre by phone on 1800 467 033 (8.00am–6.00pm, Monday–Friday) or by emailThis link opens in a new window.

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    Last modified: 25 Jul 2017QC 33608