Manage your personal tax

How to lodge your tax return

A quick guide to help get you started.

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Consider your expenses

Some common expenses you may be entitled to claim.

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How super might help

Remember to keep an eye on contribution caps.

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Capital Gains Tax on shares

What do investors need to know about CGT?

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What’s negative gearing?

How it might impact a property investor.

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What is Fringe Benefits Tax?

Fringe benefits may help reduce your taxable income.

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Redundancy payments & tax

How to make the most of your payout.

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Tax & your SMSF

A basic list of items for review to help SMSF trustees.

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Tax tips for property investors

Review any tax considerations you might have for your investment property.

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Tax time tips for business owners

Get started early

Things to do before 30 June.

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Tax deductions for small business

These can change every year.

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Streamline your business tax reporting

Making tax preparation easier.

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Prepare your Business Activity Statement (BAS)

Help for completing your BAS correctly and on time.

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Tax tips for freelancers

Tackling your tax return.

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Support for your business

Tools that might help your tax management.

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Get your tax sorted with NetBank

View your annual interest summary in NetBank to help make tax time easier.

Log on securely to NetBank, then drop down to View accounts and click on Interest & tax summary.

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Things you should know

This page is intended to provide general information only and does not take into account your individual objectives, financial situation or needs. 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.