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14/05/2021$40 million in illegal tobacco seized from QLD Toowoomba regionThe ATO has seized 25 tonnes of illicit tobacco by joining forces with Queensland Police in Linthorpe, Queensland.
14/05/2021Contact us about foreign investmentYou can use our dedicated channels to contact us about foreign investment in Australia.
14/05/2021Current year performanceWe publish information about how we are performing against our commitments to service. By doing so, we honour our commitment to transparent management, accountability for results and client-centred service delivery.
14/05/2021How much you need to payWork out how much income tax you need to pay by PAYG instalments if you pre-pay. You can use the instalment amount (option 1) or instalment rate (option 2).
14/05/2021How to reportThis page outlines the different methods for lodging a super transfer balance account report (TBAR) to ATO and how to correct a report.
14/05/2021PAYG instalment concessionFind out about easier reporting for PAYG instalments for small businesses.
14/05/2021Receiving member rollover requestsTo transfer the whole balance of a super account between APRA funds or to an SMSF, members can submit an electronic portability form (EPF) online.
14/05/2021SuperStream Rollover v3Supporting documentation to assist DSPs and APRA funds in implementing SuperStream Rollover v3.
14/05/2021Trustee Voluntary Payments - Reporting Period 17 to 28 May 2021A reminder for superannuation providers on the requirements for reporting Trustee Voluntary Payments during the period 17 to 28 May 2021.
13/05/2021Event-based reporting case studiesCase studies for various scenarios that self-managed super funds (SMSFs) may find themselves in and the associated reporting requirement.
13/05/2021Income stream (pension)Your SMSF can pay benefits to a member as an income stream (pension) if the member has met one of the conditions of release.
13/05/2021Income streamsYour fund can pay benefits to a member as an income stream if the member has met one of the conditions of release.
13/05/2021Obtaining valid self-certifications for all new accountsPenalties may be imposed on reporting financial institutions (RFIs) that do not obtain valid self-certifications for all new accounts under the Common Reporting Standard (CRS).
13/05/2021SMSFs: Minimum pension payment requirements - frequently asked questionsA list of frequently asked questions and examples about the pension payment for SMSFs.
12/05/20212021 Fringe benefits tax (FBT) returnIf you have a fringe benefits tax (FBT) liability for the year ending 31 March 2021, you must lodge your FBT return (NAT 1067) and pay your FBT liability. Lodgment and payment dates may differ.
12/05/2021How to lodge your FBT returnEmployers with an FBT liability must lodge an FBT return each year. FBT return lodgment and payment dates may differ for 2021.
12/05/2021How to pay FBTFringe benefits tax (FBT) is paid either annually or by quarterly instalments with your activity statements. Your payment must reach us on or before its due date to avoid interest and penalties.
12/05/2021JuneKey lodgment and payment dates for business - June
12/05/2021MayKey lodgment and payment dates for business – May.
12/05/2021Reporting, lodging and paying FBTLodgment and payment dates will differ depending on if you prepare your own FBT return, or a tax agent lodges on your behalf.
11/05/2021Chat to us at the CMSF conferenceVisit our booth at the CMSF conference on Tuesday 18 and Wednesday 19 May 2021 at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
11/05/2021Corporate Collective Investment VehicleIn the 2021–22 federal Budget, the Australian Government announced it will progress the tax and regulatory framework for a new collective investment vehicle with a corporate structure, from 1 July 2022.
11/05/2021Digital Economy Plan - Enhancing the value of electronic invoicing to help businesses reduce costs and increase productivityThe government has announced further investment to increase business awareness of e-invoicing as part of its Digital Economy Strategy, reflecting its ongoing commitment to e-invoicing
11/05/2021Enhancing the Transparency and Integrity of Not for ProfitsAs part of the 2021–22 federal Budget, the Australian Government announced reforms to the administration of not-for-profit (NFP) entities that self-assess as income tax exempt.
11/05/2021First Home Super Saver Scheme - increasing the maximum releasable amount to $50,000 and technical amendmentsAs part of the 2021–22 federal Budget, the Australian Government announced it will improve the operation of the First Home Super Saver (FHSS) scheme and increase the maximum releasable amount up to $50,000.
11/05/2021Flexible super - Repealing the work test for voluntary superannuation contributionsAs part of the 2021–22 federal Budget, the Australian Government announced it will change the superannuation contribution rules for individuals between 67 to 74 years old.
11/05/2021Flexible super - reducing the eligibility age for downsizer contributionsAs part of the 2021–22 federal Budget, the Australian Government announced it will reduce the eligibility age for downsizer contributions from 65 to 60 years old.
11/05/2021Hybrid mismatch rulesThe hybrid mismatch rules are intended to deter the use of hybrid mismatch arrangements.
11/05/2021Increased powers for the Administrative Appeals Tribunal in relation to small business taxation decisionsOn 8 May 2021 as part of the 2021–22 federal Budget, the Australian Government announced it will make it easier for small business to pause debt recovery action.
11/05/2021JobMaker Plan - bringing forward the Personal Income Tax PlanOn 11 May 2021, as part of the 2021–22 federal Budget, the Australian Government announced it will extend the low and middle income tax offset (LMITO) for 2021–22.