There are minimum security and computer requirements for using the portal.
To log in, you will need an AUSkey, a secure login that identifies you when you use participating government online services on behalf of a client.
Each user must have their own AUSkey to log in and use portal functions on behalf of their clients.
If you have multiple users in your practice, use Access Manager to manage your staff's access to the portal, the tasks they can perform, and their access to your clients' records.
Changes to your ABN will impact your AUSkey
If any changes to your BAS agent registration lead to a change in your ABN you must also register a new AUSkey to match the new registration.
For example, if your ABN:
- changes and is no longer associated with a current agent registration – your AUSkey will not allow you to access the BAS Agent Portal
- is cancelled – any associated AUSkeys will also be cancelled.
Log in to the BAS Agent PortalThe portal ensures the security of your online transactions through AUSkeys. Each user must have their own AUSkey to log in and if you have multiple user accounts in your practice, you should use Access Manager to manage access to functions and records