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  • What to do if you disagree

    If you have any concerns you can contact us on 13 10 20 for an explanation.

    If you believe our calculation is incorrect because your super fund has reported an incorrect amount to us then you will need to contact your super fund and ask them to re-report. If this occurs you may need to contact us and request an extension of time to allow your super fund to lodge amended reporting before the due date on your determination.

    If your super fund tells you that they have reported information to us that we have not taken into consideration when calculating your transfer balance you should ask your super fund to contact us.

    If you disagree with our calculation, you can lodge an objection.

    You may object to your determination under Part IVC of the Tax Administration Act as a determination is a taxation decision for Part IVC purposes. However the default commutation notice that accompanies your determination is not part of the taxation decision, and doesn't carry any objection rights.

    You may object to your excess transfer balance tax assessment under Part IVC of the Tax Administration Act. However if you had already objected to your excess transfer balance determination you cannot object to your excess transfer balance tax assessment on the same grounds or on grounds that could have been grounds for your objection against the determination.

    Note: The Commissioner does not have any discretion and therefore can't take special circumstances into account when considering your objection.

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      Last modified: 26 Mar 2019QC 54355