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Welcome

 

Ever wondered why you pay tax and super? Here's your chance to explore the nuts and bolts of tax and super. Check out the interactives, the videos, the quizzes of this online course to find out just how much your daily life is affected by tax.

Teachers

To register as a teacher, your school will need to request school access. To find more about teacher access, setting up classes and other teaching features, please refer to the FAQ section.

Your students will need to register to be able to access your class using the URL and key you send them as their teacher.

 

Public

Anyone can access the Public course as a Guest user but Guest users cannot complete any of the quizzes or participate in forums.

To quickly and easily become a registered Student user and complete quizzes, complete this Student Registration form.

To access the Public course as a Guest user, simply click on the Training Catalogue button to get started.

Request School Access

 

To participate as a teacher, a staff member from your school needs to act as an administrator for Tax, Super + You and request school access. Once the administrator request is processed, the administrator will have the ability to create additional teacher accounts for your school.

Available Course Options

 

Public: immediate access for individuals to view the course components

Registered user: immediate access to view the course components, complete quizzes and participate in forums

Teacher-led: where students register and undertake course components as directed by their teacher, and receive assessments and feedback from their teacher

Questions?

If you have any questions about registration, contact your ATO Community Liaison Officer: taxsuperandyou@ato.gov.au 

 

Wacky facts

  • Fact 9

    The Australian Taxation Office started as the Commissioner of Land Tax in 1910 with a dozen employees. It was based in the Department of Treasury, situated in Melbourne, which was the seat of the Commonwealth Parliament until 1927.

Glossary

Capital gain

Occurs when a CGT asset is sold for more than its purchase price.

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