Tax time again!? I know it sounds stressful, but it doesn’t have to be.
All you need is to keep the important dates and know what you need to get your taxes returns ready.
For this year’s returns, here’s what you need to do;
If you’re looking to get started after 2018 financial year, here’s what you’ll need to get started;
To set up the system you’ll need to
Important Dates:- How the tax season looks like
21st May 2019 Fringe benefits tax (FBT) return due
28th May 2019 March quarter SG charge statement due
30th June 2019 End of 2019 fiscal year
15th Jul 2019 PAYG withholding payment summaries to your payees. i.e employees and workers
29th July 2019 June quarter SG due for super guarantee contributions towards a super fund or retirement savings account
June quarterly BAS due
June quarter PAYG instalment due
1st August 2019 August fuel tax credit rates change. Also indexed in February
14th August 2019 PAYG withholding annual report due for all the work-related payments you’ve made
28th August 2019 Taxable payments annual report due for payments to contractors in the construction industry
June quarter SG charge statement. Pay March quarter super guarantee if you missed it.
28th Oct 2019 September quarter SG due
September quarterly BAS due
September quarter PAYG installment due
31st Oct 2019 2018 Income tax return due for sole traders, partnerships, beneficiaries and trusts
28th Nov September quarter SG charge statement due
Pro tip: Always consult your accountant about the best practices for your business.
Visit the ATO website for more information on your business obligations.
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