How do I contact the Australian tax Office?
How do I contact the Australian tax Office from overseas?
From overseas you can phone or Skype ATO on +61 2 6216 1111 between 8am - 5pm, (AEST), Monday to Friday and let the operator know you are calling from overseas to request a callback. via
How do I contact ATO by email?
Are ATO call Centres in Australia?
The ATO centres are in eight locations, with the outsource centres in five locations—all of which are based in Australia. These 13 centres operate as a single, virtual contact centre, with incoming calls directed to the next available customer service representative (CSR) wherever they may be located. via
Does the Australian Tax Office have an ABN?
Australian business number
An ABN is a unique 11-digit identifier that makes it easier for businesses and all levels of government to interact. You will need an ABN to: operate in the GST system, including claiming GST credits. avoid pay as you go (PAYG) tax on payments you receive. via
How do I contact the tax office about my tax code?
If you believe your tax code is wrong you should contact HMRC who will issue your employer with a revised tax code as required. This can be done by phone – 0300 200 3300 – or on-line . via
How do I contact Medicare Australia?
Who do I call about Jobkeeper?
Our number is 13 13 94. We're open 8am - 5.30pm Monday to Friday (except for public holidays). The average wait time can be around 30 minutes. via
Does Ato have online chat?
Access live chat
Our live chat service is currently only available for users of myTax or Small business assist. via
Where is the ATO head office?
Australian Taxation Office via
Why can't I link the ATO to my myGov account?
You may not be able to login to your myGov account if you don't have access to security codes. If this applies to you, you'll need to create a new myGov account and link it to the ATO again. This message appears when attempting to navigate from myGov to ATO online. via
Will I get fined for taking my super out?
No fines or penalties have been issued
With average Australia taking out about $8,000, most would be up for paying an extra $2,400 – ultimately reducing their savings and their super. While the ATO has threatened fines of more than $12,000, it says that no such penalties have been imposed to date. via