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  • Keeping your tax records

    What is this advice about?

    The Australian tax system relies on taxpayers self-assessing. This means that you are responsible for working out how much you can declare and claim on your tax return. You also need to be able to show how you arrived at these figures – in some cases you may be required to provide written evidence.

    In order to prepare an accurate tax return and support the claims you make, you need to keep careful records. The records you need to keep depend on your personal circumstances. If you are not sure, it is better to keep too many records than not enough.

    This guide will provide general advice to help you identify what records you need to keep.

    • Last modified: 29 Jun 2015QC 16788