Preparing your business tax return? 

  • Detailed records can help you get what you're entitled to

    • Accurate and well-prepared records are important at tax time
    • You can get copies of some of the documents and records you need in NetBank
    • Use these when submitting your tax return, or give them to your tax adviser or accountant

Interest & tax summary

  • This provides a summary of interest earned and charged, and any withheld tax on your accounts for current or previous financial years. 

Bank statement

  • This is your official bank record of credits and debits for your business accounts, loans, merchant products and other facilities. 

Out of cycle bank statement

  • If your most recent statement doesn’t cover the dates you need, you can order an out of cycle statement. 

    This will include all transactions since your last issued statement to the end of the day you order your statement. It will appear in NetBank within 2 business days, or sent to your address in 4 to 5 business days. 

Transaction listing    

  • This is a list of processed transactions on your account for a chosen date range, available to print immediately. You can choose dates or time periods such as the previous 90 days or last financial year.

Transaction summary

  • This is an official letter available immediately, confirming your transactions and account details for a period you choose (includes up to 100 transactions).

Getting help

  • Tax can be complicated, so consider talking to your accountant or a professional tax adviser.

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Things you should know

  • Taxation considerations are general and based on present taxation laws and may be subject to change. You should seek independent, professional tax advice before making any decision based on this information. Commonwealth Bank is also not a registered tax (financial) adviser under the Tax Agent Services Act 2009 and you should seek tax advice from a registered tax agent or a registered tax (financial) adviser if you intend to rely on this information to satisfy the liabilities or obligations or claim entitlements that arise, or could arise, under a taxation law.