• GST video tips

    These short instructional videos offer simple, practical tips to help you manage goods and services tax (GST) in your business.

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    If you have feedback for any of these videos or ideas for new video topics, you can email us at SmallBusinessCommunication@ato.gov.au

    However, to protect your security and privacy, we cannot respond to personal tax and superannuation enquiries sent to this mailbox.

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    Getting your GST right

    Small businesses that get their GST right have more time to grow their business. Deputy Commissioner Steve Vesperman appears on Kochie's Business Builders with some quick GST tips and reminders.




    When to register for GST

    This short video offers help to understand your GST obligations including, when you should register.




    How to complete your business activity statement

    This short video helps you avoid some common errors when you do your BAS.




    Lodging your business activity statement on time

    This short video helps you lodge your BAS correctly and on time.




    How to keep your records for GST

    This short video offers tips for good record keeping that may help you complete your activity statement quickly and correctly.




    Stay in control of your business

    This short video tells you how we can help if you’re having difficulty paying a GST debt.

    If you're having trouble paying your tax debt on time, phone us on 13 11 42 as early as possible to talk to a tax officer.




    Don’t get ripped off by tax cheats

    This short video explains what tax evasion is and encourages taxpayers to report suspected tax evasion and crime.



    It’s not worth the risk

    An outline of how we use data matching to identify people who do the wrong thing.




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