Stay Up-to-Date with Bookkeeping to Meet Tax Deadlines
Forget birthdays, anniversaries and Christmas and instead, punctuate your diary with a list of tax deadlines. Here’s a summary of the deadlines that every Australian bookkeeper needs to know about in order to stay out of trouble.
|Business Activity Statements||Monthly payments: 21 days after the end of each month.
Quarterly payments: 28 days after the end of each quarter, except
for the December quarter, where the deadline is February 28
|Payment ummaries||July 14|
|Annual withholding declaration||August 14|
|Superannuation||28 days after the end of each month or quarter, depending on
|PAYG withholding tax||21 days after the end of the month for monthly payments, or 28
days after the end of the quarter for quarterly payments
|Valentine’s Day||February 14. Remember chocolates, red wine and roses or
terrible consequences may ensue
|GST return||28 days after the end of each reporting period, with the
exception of the November period, when the deadline is 15 January,
and the March period, when the deadline is 7 May
|PAYE tax and KiwiSaver||20 days after the end of each month|