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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

When is my Tax Return Due?

Key Lodgment dates are as follows:
Individual Tax Returns due by the 15th May 2012
Partnership and Trust Due by the 15th May 2012
Company Tax Return due by the 15th May 2012
Company Tax Return with turnover of more than $10,000 mil due by 28 February 2012.
Due dates may vary according to individual circumstances. Please contact our office for further clarification.

When is my Income Activity Statement Due?

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When is my BAS due?

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How Do I pay my tax?

We can generate your payment slip which we will forward to you electronically. You can then pay directly to ATO either on line or at any Post Office

How much tax do I withhold for my employees

Tax withholding is based on the ATO's tax tables. For assistance how to use these tables please contact our office or alternatively click on the following link:
http://www.ato.gov.au/businesses/content.aspx?doc=/content/33283.htm&alias=taxtables

How do I know if I am a contractor or an employee?

Contractors and employees have different tax and super obligations
A key factor in deciding if a worker is an employee is the degree of control that can be exercised over the worker. If the payer has the right to direct how, when, where and who is to perform the work, then the worker is likely to be an employee.
Another key factor to consider is whether the worker is being paid for the time they work, or being paid for a result:
  • Workers being paid by the hour are more likely to be employees.
  • Workers being paid for a result are more likely to be contractors.
There are a number of factors to consider in determining whether a worker is an employee or a contractor, with no single factor necessarily conclusive. You must consider all the facts in each case.

When is my Employee Superannuation Guarantee due and what if I don't pay?

As an employer you have to pay a minimum of 9% super contributions for your eligible employees, based on their 'ordinary time earnings'. You pay these compulsory contributions to a complying super fund at least four times a year as per table below.

Quarter Period Payment cut-off date
1 1 July - 30 September 28 October
2 1 October - 31 December 28 January
3 1 January - 31 March 28 April
4 1 April - 30 June 28 July
  
If you don't pay the minimum amount into the correct fund by the due date, you'll have to lodge a statement and pay us the superannuation guarantee charge. This charge is the amount of shortfall super that needs to be paid for the employee, plus interest, plus an administration fee.
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PO Box 85 Edgecliff NSW 2027
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