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  • About question A2

    Question A2 image from tax return for individuals form.

    If you were not an Australian resident for the whole 2010-11 year, we use the information you show at this item on your tax return to work out your tax-free threshold.

    If you are not sure whether you are an Australian resident, see Are you a resident?

    In 2010-11 did you:

    • become an Australian resident, or
    • stop being an Australian resident?
     

    No

     

    Yes

    Read below.

    Completing your tax return

    If you became an Australian resident in 2010-11

    Attention

    Warning:

    This information may not apply to the current year. Check the content carefully to ensure it is applicable to your circumstances.

    End of attention

    Step 1

    Write the date you became an Australian resident for tax purposes in the Date box at item A2.

    Step 2

    Write the number of months that you were an Australian resident in 2010-11 (counting the first month during which you became a resident) at N item A2. For example, if you became a resident in November 2010 and remained a resident for the rest of the income year, you would write 8.

    If you stopped being an Australian resident in 2010-11

    Step 1

    Write the date you stopped being an Australian resident for tax purposes in the Date box at item A2.

    Step 2

    Write the number of months from 1 July 2010 to when you stopped being an Australian resident (counting the month in which you stopped being a resident) at N item A2. For example, if you stopped being a resident in September 2010, you would write 3.

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      Last modified: 29 Jun 2011QC 25491