Tracking Tax File Number Application

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How do I track my TFN application?

At this point in time, we do not have any ability for you to track the progress of your TFN application. You should receive a posted letter containing your TFN within 28 days from your application date. You should keep a record of your application reference number, in case you need to contact us about your application. via

How long does it take to get a tax file number?

You should receive your TFN within 28 days after we receive your completed application and required documents. Though some application channels may see you receive your TFN much sooner. If you haven't received your TFN after 28 days, contact us. To prevent delays, don't lodge another application. via

How do I locate my tax file number?

  • Look on your income tax notice of assessment or other letters from us.
  • Look on a payment summary (provided by your employer) or your super statement.
  • If you have a myGov account linked to the ATO, you can access your TFN online.
  • Ask your tax agent (if you use one)
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    How do I find my TFN on myGov?

    You need to log on to your myGov account (www.my.gov.au/). Once there, click on the link to the ATO and go to 'My profile' → 'Personal details'. This page shows your TFN, name, date of birth and address details currently held by the ATO. via

    Does TFN expire?

    When the ATO issues you with a TFN, it's yours for life. You keep the same TFN even if you change job, name or leave the Australian territory and come back months or years later. You don't need to re-apply for one if your situation changes. via

    Can I find my TFN online?

    If you already have a TFN and don't remember the number, you can find it online in ATO online services via your myGov account. If you don't have a myGov account, you can usually find your TFN on: your income tax notice of assessment, if you have lodged a tax return. via

    Can I start work without a tax file number?

    Your tax file number (TFN) is your personal reference number for our tax system. You should apply for your TFN before you start work or soon after. If you do not have a TFN to give to your employer, you will pay more tax. It is free to get a TFN. via

    Does it cost to get a TFN?

    A tax file number (TFN) is free. You can apply for a TFN if you're an Australian resident, that is you: were born in Australia. have taken out Australian citizenship. via

    Does a 14 year old need a tax file number?

    Under 18 years old

    You can apply for a TFN at any age. However, if you are: 12 years old or under – your parent or guardian must sign on your behalf. 13 to 15 years old – you or your parent or guardian can sign. via

    How do I find out what my super is?

  • log in or create a myGov account.
  • link your myGov account to the ATO.
  • select Super.
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    How do I find my tax file number Centrelink?

    You will find your Tax File Number on your Taxation Notice of Assessment, which is issued to you by the ATO after your tax return has been lodged and assessed. Your Tax File Number may also be on your payment summary, or any other Australian Tax Office correspondence. via

    How do I access my group certificate?

  • Sign in to myGov. External Link.
  • Select: ATO online services.
  • Select: Employment.
  • Select: Income statement.
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    How do I access myGov?

    Using your myGov sign in details

    To sign in to myGov, enter your username, password and a code or answer to a secret question. Your username may be any of these: the email address you used to create your myGov account. your 8 digit username emailed to you when you created your account. via

    How many digits is a TFN?

    The TFN is an eight or nine digit number compiled using a check digit algorithm to allow accurate data capture of the TFN in ATO systems. via

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