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Your Details

Please enter the correct details for your tax return.

Please enter the correct details for your tax return. This is because

1. Your personal details below must match the Australian Taxation Office(ATO)’s record.

Otherwise, the process will be delayed.

2. We will need to contact you for your tax return. The details below will be used to check your genuine identification. Please carefully enter your personal details.
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Use a high-quality photo and make sure the text and numbers on the ID are readable.Your whole face and arms should also be visible.

Home Address
Bank Account for Your Tax Return
Your tax return amount will be sent to your bank account. Please enter your bank account details that you are able to directly access to.

The required information is as listed below.

1. Bank Name (E.g. Commonweatlh Bank)
2. BSB Number (E.g. 123456)
3. Account Number (E.g. 12345678)
4. Account Holder (E.g. Mick Fanning)

Residency Detail

Please enter the correct details for your tax return.

Working Holiday Visa holder requires to pay tax at the minimum 15% rate applying to their income. You do not need to lodge a tax return or a non-lodgment advice if your taxable income for the income year was less than
  • $37,001 in 2019–20 and earlier income years
  • $45,001 from 2020–21 and later income years.
For more details, please visit ATO Working Holiday Maker . Please proceed to the next step if your income is more than
  • $37,001 in 2019-2020 financial year
  • $45,001 from 2020-2021 and later income years

Your Income

Please enter the correct details for your tax return.

The salary details as listed below are required to complete this section.

You are not required to

1. Salary and wages
2. Commissions
3. Bonuses
4. Dividends

Because we are going to check your income details on ATO data. 

Rental Income (investment property)

Please enter the correct details for your tax return.

If you rent out property, you need to:
  • keep records right from the start
  • work out what expenses you can claim as deductions
  • work out if you need to pay tax instalments throughout the year
  • declare all rental-related income in your tax return
  • consider the capital gains tax implications if you sell.
If you have an investment property that isn’t rented or available for rent, such as a holiday home, then you generally can’t claim deductions because it doesn’t generate rental income.

To download a PDF guide on how to treat rental income and expenses, see Rental properties 2020.
You may be able to claim a deduction for self-education expenses if your self-education relates to your current work activities as an employee or if you receive a taxable bonded scholarship.

In some circumstances, you have to reduce the amount of your claim by $250.

For a summary of this content in poster format, see ATO Education Expense(PDF, 290KB)

Required document

We strongly recommend you upload the below document.
Otherwise, you may not be able to claim investment property tax return.

Work-Related Deduction

select deduction type

To claim a work-related deduction:

you must have spent the money yourself and weren’t reimbursed
it must directly relate to earning your income
you must have a record to prove it.

If the expense was for both work and private purposes, you can only claim a deduction for the work-related portion.
Work expenses reimbursed to you by your employer are not deductible.

We can seek information from your employer if we think you have claimed a deduction for an expense that you have already been reimbursed for

You don’t need written evidence but ATO may ask your client to tell us how the claim was worked out and explain why the claim is reasonable, based on the requirements of your occupation.

Fees for preparing income tax returns for yourself or associated persons (such as a spouse) need to be apportioned if you have a single invoice for these costs. You must be able to show how you have apportioned these costs, including keeping evidence to support the deduction claimed.

Expenses relating to preparing and lodging your tax return and activity statements include the costs of:

  • buying tax reference material
  • tax return preparation courses
  • lodging your tax return through a registered tax agent
  • obtaining tax advice from a recognised tax adviser (a registered tax agent, barrister or solicitor)
  • dealing with us about your tax affairs
  • purchasing software to allow the completion and lodgment of your tax return. You must apportion the cost of the software if you also used it for other purposes.

You generally incur the fees in the year you pay them.

Cost of managing tax affairs (accounting fee)

car Expense

If you use your own car in performing your work-related duties (including a car you lease or hire), you may be able to claim a deduction for car expenses.

If the travel was partly private, you can claim only the work-related portion.

This information relates to car expenses only. A car is defined as a motor vehicle (excluding motor cycles and similar vehicles) designed to carry a load less than one tonne and less than nine passengers. Many four-wheel drive vehicles are included in this definition.

For a summary of this content in poster format, see ATO Car Expense(PDF, 548KB)

Education expense

You may be able to claim a deduction for self-education expenses if your self-education relates to your current work activities as an employee or if you receive a taxable bonded scholarship.

In some circumstances, you have to reduce the amount of your claim by $250. For a summary of this content in poster format, see ATO Education Expense(PDF, 290KB)

Education (Tuition) Fee

You are required to present an evidence to claim education expense.

Books and Stationary

You are required to present an evidence to claim education expense.

Laptop and Computer

You are required to present an evidence to claim education expense.

Other education expense

You are required to present an evidence to claim education expense.

Home Office expense

If you’re an employee who works from home, you may be able to claim a deduction for expenses you incur relating to that work.

These can be additional running expenses such as electricity, the decline in value of equipment or furniture and phone and internet expenses.

You may need to have an agreement with your employer to work from home under the current employment contract.


Fixed rate method or actual cost method can only be used to claim your home office expenses.


However, you have 3 options to choose for COVID-19 home office expenses claim. You can’t claim a deduction for items provided by your employer, or if you have been reimbursed for the expense. Employees generally can’t claim occupancy expenses such as rent, mortgage interest, water and rates.

For the details, please see ATO Home Office Claim

COVID-19 Home Office expense

Home Office expense

Other expense

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I authorize that Tax123 can obtain and provide any information from/to the ATO(Australian Taxation Office) to prepare my income tax return.

They may contact the ATO or any employers on my taxation and superannuation affairs.

I also confirm Tax123 charges either an hourly rate or a flat fee for the services at the end of the consultation.

I certify that the above information is true and correct and agreed with the terms and condition above.
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