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Latest ATO News and Alerts

  1. Notification to funds about the changes to the current BDE process.
  2. Your clients who disclosed unpaid super and qualified for the super guarantee amnesty must pay any outstanding amounts or set up a payment plan and meet each instalment amount or be disqualified from the amnesty.
  3. Motor vehicle registries – 2013–14 to 2021–22 financial years data-matching program protocol.
  4. Criminals will take any opportunity to steal valuable client, staff and employee information from your practice. Find out what steps you can take to make your practice more secure and what to do if this happens to you.
  5. Our latest prosecution outcomes demonstrate that people who deliberately cheat the tax system will be held to account.
  6. PCG 2017/4 ATO compliance approach to taxation issues associated with cross-border related party financing arrangements and related transactions.
  7. Some self-managed super funds (SMSFs) have a due date of 28 February for their SMSF annual return (SAR). Contact us if you don't think you can lodge on time.
  8. The Cash flow coaching kit supports tax professionals to help small business clients effectively manage their cash flow. How to access the kit, attend a webinar and watch our show me how videos.
  9. 50.3 tonnes of illicit tobacco seized after a joint operation in Bulga by ABF, ATO and NSW Police. One man has been charged.
  10. Reporting your Australian business number (ABN) when lodging your self-managed super fund annual return (SAR) ensures your members can view their super information in ATO online services.
  11. Find out what triggers our SMS and email alerts that we send when changes have been made to your SMSF.
  12. ATO superannuation remittance and recovery processing schedule for January and February 2021.
  13. We will shortly be providing updated web content on how the restructured independence standards apply.
  14. The latest Register of foreign ownership of agricultural land report is now available.
  15. Financial crime is conducted by people who deliberately and dishonestly target financial or revenue systems to extract money and misappropriate or hide illicit funds.