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At the beginning of the tax year in Australia, all students, temporary residents or permanent residents who have worked legally in the country are required to file the Tax Return.

This process may seem difficult, but it is quite simple and can bring you some economic benefits.

Here you will find relevant information that will surely help you when lodging the Tax Return.

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You will find all the information you need to know about Tax Return to be able to carry out this process.

Tax issues can often be quite confusing, but it's your duty to know the basics and understand the tax liability you have in Australia.

When you work legally in this country, you must make your tax return from July 1st to October 31st. That is why it is important that you get informed about this process in advanced and don’t leave it to the last minute.

What is Tax Return?

To do the tax return process, it is important that you understand what Tax Return is about and why you should do it.

What is the TFN and the ABN number?

The TFN (Tax file number) is the Australian social security number to which all taxes are associated, so when you apply for it you will access the Australian tax system so that you can work with an employer. Learn more about it:
The ABN (Australian Business Number) is the public identification number, which allows you to work as an employee in Australia. Learn more about it:

What do you need to know about TFN and ABN?

If you are in Australia it is important that you know all the information about the TFN and ABN, here we tell you the most important aspects to take into account.

Frequently Asked Questions about the Tax Return

As well as you, there are many people who will have to lodge the Tax Return, so here are some frequently asked questions that will surely solve your concerns about this process.

Who is eligible to apply for the Tax Return, TFN -ABN?

It’s important that you take into account the differences between the TFN and the ABN, the documents you must submit at the time of your Tax Return will vary. You can also learn about some recommendations that can help you during the process:


Steps by step to do the Tax Return

If you are already clear about the basics of Tax Return, it's time to do the process. Here is the step-by-step to file your Tax Return:

Why should I do the Tax Declaration?

You can do your tax return directly through Mygov by following the following steps (How to lodge your tax return), however, we would like to explain you what are the benefits of consulting directly with an accountant.


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