Due dates by month


July
1 July Australian Taxation Office (ATO) opens tax returns.
14 July Due date for PAYG withholding payment summaries to be supplied to employees.
28 July Quarter 4 (April, May and June) superannuation payments due.
28 July Quarter 4 (April, May and June) BAS statement due.
August
14 August Deadline for disclosing employee PAYG withholding information to the ATO.
28 October Quarter 1 (July, August and September) superannuation payments due.
28 October Quarter 1 (July, August and September) BAS statement due.
31 October Final date to lodge tax return.
January
28 January Quarter 2 (October, November and December) superannuation payments due.
February
28 February Quarter 2 (October, November and December) BAS statement due.
April
28 April Quarter 3 (January, February and March) superannuation payments due.
28 April Quarter 3 (January, February and March) BAS statement due.
May
21 May Fringe benefits tax return and payment due.

Easy ways to manage your key dates


The key dates tool in the ATO app can tell you when your due dates are coming up to help you meet your tax reporting and payment obligations.

Tailor it to your needs so you know exactly when your due dates are.

To use the tool:

  1. open the ATO app
  2. scroll across the page until you see key dates
  3. answer some questions about your business
  4. get a list of lodgment dates specific to you from the app
  5. download the dates into your calendar

You can also find key Due dates by month or Due dates by topic on the ATO website. Save the ones that apply to you into your calendar.


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