Plan ahead to reduce your tax bill
If you run a business or earn investment income such as interest, dividends, rent or royalties, it’s important to plan ahead. Pay as you go (PAYG) instalments allow you to make regular prepayments during the income year to help reduce your potential tax bill when you lodge your tax return.
Tax-smart tips for your investment property
If you have an investment property and earn income from it, you may have tax obligations and entitlements. To help you, the ATO has translated information with tips to ensure you’re able to claim everything you’re entitled to at every stage of buying, owning, and selling an investment property.
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The ATO has partnered with other Australian government agencies to provide simple information on tax and super, health, career support, and more. If you or someone you know would benefit from this information, please share this interactive video.
Disagree with an ATO decision about your tax?
If you disagree with the outcome of an audit, private ruling or a request for review, you may be able to lodge an objection to have the decision reviewed by the ATO. You can object to most tax assessments and decisions they make. Remember, there are time limits for lodging objections.
Find out more about lodging an objection on the ATO website at ato.gov.au/object.