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Easy Ways to make a Tax Payment

 

Are you aware that there are many ways to make a payment to the Australian Taxation Office?


 

     

 

One of them may be more convenient or secure than the method you are using.

There’s no need for a trip to the Post Office – you can make tax payments by other methods including using BPay or Credit Card.

  • Mail a cheque (with a reference code)
  • Online   
    - BPay
    - credit card
    - direct payment
  • Telephone
    - BPay
    - credit card

Occasionally the Post Office scans the wrong documents together when multiple bills are paid at the same visit.  Try getting an overpayment of your electricity or telephone back and explaining to the Tax Office debt collector why your overdue tax is owing to you by the electricity or telephone company!!

We suggest that you only pay one account at a time if using the Post Office.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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