Online Tax Australia: a Family Owned and ATO-approved Tax Service

Screenshot 2015-08-05 10.59.05If you’re looking for a specialist tax provider to help you navigate the tricky waters of tax returns, then you may want to consider Online Tax Australia.

Who is Online Tax Australia?

Online Tax Australia is a family business operated by three brothers, all of whom have been working in the accounting industry for more than 20 years. It provides an exclusive tax return software that lets you to lodge your return online from anywhere in Australia at a fixed price.

How can Online Tax Australia help you with your tax return?

Online Tax Australia have developed a straightforward and easy to use online system for completing your return. It has three steps.

  1. Once you have created an account, you will answer a series of simple ‘yes or no’ questions that will identify your type of return and the information you will need for step 2.
  2. You enter any relevant information, including tax numbers and your financial information.
  3. Submit your return for review and lodgement.

Your review will then be reviewed by a tax expert who will ensure that you are making the most of your deductions and that your return is complete, which will help you avoid delays and penalties.

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What fees does Online Tax Australia charge?

Online Tax Australia’s services are available for a fixed, tax deductible fee of:

  • $49 for most tax returns
  • $59 for tax returns that include rental properties
  • $69 for tax returns that include a sole business schedule
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What’s the benefit of using Online Tax Australia?

  • You can get the maximum possible refund
  • It’s an easy and stress-free process
  • You’ll receive tax tips and advice from Online Tax Australia’s experts
  • Your tax return will be reviewed by an experienced accountant

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    SabbyAugust 15, 2017

    Hi

    Im a international student

    This will my first tax return application

    My income is $20233 for the year

    Will i get my back my full amount of tax? Or will they deduce some?

    • Staff
      DanielleAugust 15, 2017Staff

      Hi Sabby,

      Thank you for contacting finder. We are a comparison website and general information service, we’re more than happy to offer general advice.

      You may refer to this page for an income tax calculator: https://www.finder.com.au/income-tax-calculator

      If you use the Income Tax Calculator built in with the page I have provided, you will see that the results are:

      Net annual income: $ 19,846.73
      Tax: $ 386.27

      But please take note that the results should be used as indication or for general advice only as all other personal circumstances are not yet taken into account. If you need expert advice on taxes, please seek a tax expert such as a tax agent or a specialist tax provider.
      I hope this helps.

      Cheers,
      Danielle

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    VarunJuly 8, 2017

    I have changed several jobs on TFN and don’t know how much tax has been deducted. How can I know?

    • Staff
      LiezlJuly 8, 2017Staff

      Hi Varun,

      Thanks for reaching out.

      You will find this information on the payment summaries provided by your employers. If you don’t have these payment summaries, you may request your employer for a copy. Alternatively, you may request a letter from your employer or payer stating details of your income and the amount of tax withheld. If these options are unlikely, you’d best contact ATO or visit their website for assistance.

      Kind regards,
      Liezl

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    LukeJanuary 23, 2017

    Just a quick question trying to figure out roughly what will receive back at tax time if I had earnt 44.000 over the 12 months ?

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      AnndyJanuary 24, 2017Staff

      Hi Luke,

      Thanks for your question.

      Using our tax calculator on this page, you’ll have an estimated tax of $ 5,847.00. Please do note that certain types of expenses are not included in the computation.

      Your tax refund will be the difference between how much you owe to the ATO and how much tax you have already paid.

      I hope this helps.

      Cheers,
      Anndy

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    JakieDecember 5, 2016

    Hi,
    I make around 60k in this year with the taxes. If I have been paying taxes in my every pay check, how much do I still gonna have to pay in taxes? Please explain me

    • Staff
      ClarizzaDecember 5, 2016Staff

      Hi Jakie,

      Thanks for your question.

      To calculate the tax you are liable to pay, you first need to check how much tax you have paid across the financial year. You can usually find this information on your pay slip. Next, you can check the tax rates based on your annual income. You can find this information on the tax rate table for the relevant financial year on this page. Once you calculate how much you’re liable to pay, you subtract the amount of tax you have already paid. The difference is the amount that you either owe the ATO or the ATO should refund to you.

      For further details, please take a look at our tax guide or speak to an online tax agent.

      Regards,
      Clarizza

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    JesseMay 12, 2016

    Hello,

    Just wondering if anyone can help me. I earn roughly $55k gross on TFN and possibly have $4k of ABN work. How much tax would I pay on the ABN work?

    Thank you very much for your time!

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      ShirleyMay 16, 2016Staff

      Hi Jesse,

      Thanks for your question.

      A sole trader earning approximately $10,722 in income could pay $10,722 in income tax. However, this is a general calculation and doesn’t take into account any deductions or offsets.

      If you would like to discuss your personal situation, please enquire with a OTA tax agent directly.

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