With the start of the new tax year comes new deadlines for reporting.
Below is list of important tax dates for business owners.
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21 – July Monthly BAS due.
28 – Taxable payments annual report for businesses in building and construction industries’ due.
June quarter SG charge statement due (if missed March due date)
21 – August Monthly BAS due.
21 – September Monthly BAS due.
Annual PAYG instalment notice
29 – September quarter superannuation guarantee contributions due.
September quarter BAS due.
September quarter PAYG due.
Q1 GST instalments (forms S &T)
11 – Q1 activity statements (if lodged electronically)
21 – October Monthly BAS due.
28 – September quarter SG charge statement due (if missed June due date)
1 – Pay income tax for taxable large/medium taxpayers, companies and super funds.
Pay income tax for companies and super funds when lodgement of the tax return was due 31 October 2018.
21 – November Monthly BAS due.
15 – Lodgement due for income tax returns for companies and trusts that were medium to large taxpayers in prior year.
21 – December Monthly BAS due.
28 – December quarter SG due
4 – Fuel tax credit rates change
21 – January Monthly BAS due.
28 – Q2 BAS due (all lodgement types)
December quarter PAYG due.
December quarter SG charge statement due (if missed December due date)
Q2 GST instalments (forms S &T)
21 – February Monthly BAS due.
21 – March Monthly BAS due.
28 – March quarter superannuation guarantee contributions due.
March quarter PAYG due.
March quarter BAS due.
Q3 GST instalments (forms S &T)
12 – Q3 activity statements (if lodged electronically)
21 – April Monthly BAS due.
Pay Fringe benefits tax annual return.
21 – May Monthly BAS due.
30 – Super guarantee contributions must be paid by this date to qualify for a tax deduction in the 2018–19 financial year.
For a full list refer to ATO website: www.ato.gov.au/Business/Reports-and-returns/