12 June 2018
From 1 July 2018 overseas businesses that meet the GST registration threshold of A$75,000 will need to charge GST on goods that are:
How will this affect you?
You will be charged GST on low value goods that you import if you are:
You should not be charged GST if you:
If you're charged GST incorrectly you should contact the supplier to let them know that you're registered for GST, and request a refund.
Note that not all receipts that have GST applied will be tax invoices. They will need to contain an ABN to be considered a tax invoice. Overseas suppliers may be registered in the simplified GST system and have an ARN instead of an ABN.
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