TaxFin online tax returns

Complete your tax return in three simple steps with TaxFin.

TaxFin provides quick and easy online tax return support starting from just $50 for students and $140 for businesses. You can complete your tax return in three easy steps online, and receive your tax refund within 10 business days.

Read on to learn more about how TaxFin can help you this financial year.

What tax services does TaxFin offer?

Individual tax returns

TaxFin can help you prepare and lodge your individual employee tax return this financial year. Their tax experts can help you claim any capital gains and dividend income, as well as rental income. The’ll also provide tips to help you maximise your refund, and can even help you lodge tax returns from previous financial years.

Tax returns for students and those on work visas

If you’re a student working part-time or shift work, TaxFin offers tax returns for students from just $50. They can also help individuals who are working in Australia on work visas.

Business and self managed super fund (SMSF) tax support

TaxFin can help prepare and lodge tax returns for sole traders, startups, small to medium businesses, companies, partnerships, trusts and SMSFs.

Their tax specialists can help your business with its BAS, IAS and GST reporting obligations as well as PAYG tax, salary sacrificing and ongoing payroll support. TaxFin can also help your SMSF with its setup, auditing and tax reporting obligations.

What are the fees?

Tax return type Price starting from Additional deduction item fees
Individual
  • $50 for students
  • $79 for work visas
  • $85 for basic employee returns (including up to four deductions)
  • $30 for five or more deductions
  • $30 for capital gains and foreign income
  • $90 per rental property
Business
  • $140 for business income and sole traders
  • $140 for trusts
  • $150 for partnership firms
  • $180 for SMSFs

How do I complete my tax return with TaxFin?

You can complete your tax return online with TaxFin in just three steps:

Step 1: Submit your details. Click on the “Go to site” button to be securely redirected to TaxFin’s site where you can complete an online enquiry form. Enter your personal contact details and tax file number, and TaxFin will be able to locate your tax details from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).

Step 2: FinTax will call you. FinTax will review your information and give you a call to finish preparing your tax return. They’ll ask you about any other deduction you might be eligible to claim, and help answer any tricky tax questions you might have, for example regarding to capital gains or rental properties. You’ll also receive a quote from TaxFin based on the complexity of your tax return.

Step 3: Tax return lodged with ATO. Once you’ve approved the quote, you’ll be sent a copy of the completed tax return via email to review and sign. TaxFin will then lodge your return with the ATO on your behalf, and you should receive your tax refund (if you’re expecting a refund) within 10 business days.

What payment options are available?

You can either pay by direct debit or credit, or choose to have the fees deducted from your final tax return. If you elect to have the fees taken from your refund, an additional charge of $50 will apply.

This information is of a general nature only. Finder is not a Registered Tax Practitioner and does not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. Consider your own circumstances, and obtain professional tax advice, before acting on any of the information contained in this article.

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