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Curriculum Links

 

Tax, Super + You is aligned with the curriculum and these linkages can be explored using the resources below.

What's New

 

Attention all educators, need some help creating a class in Tax, Super + You?

We now have a cheat-sheet available to step you through the set up process.

 How to create a class in TS+Y

Educators

For free access to the full website, you will need to register as a teacher or educator.

To find out more about website access, setting up classes and other teaching features, please refer to the FAQ section.

Students

You will need to register to complete online quizzes or to enrol in your teacher's online class.




 

Parents

Parents have free access to the full website. Click here to register.

To find out more about website access, setting up classes and other teaching features, please refer to the FAQ section.

Guests

Anyone can access the website as a Guest user, but Guest users cannot complete any of the quizzes, save their progress, or participate in forums.

Simply click on the Course overview button to get started.


Quick Start Guide

 

Ever wondered why you pay tax and super? Here's your chance to explore the nuts and bolts of tax and super. Check out our video to get started, or browse our course overview for a listing of our modules and activities.

                                

Questions?

If you have any questions about registration, contact your ATO Community Liaison Officer:

taxsuperandyou@ato.gov.au

  • Fact 17

    The opportunity to pay income tax in instalments, rather than once per year, was introduced in 1941.

Self-assessment

Australia's tax system works on self-assessment. When a taxpayer completes their income tax return, they must show all of their income and only claim allowable deductions and tax offsets to which they are entitled. The ATO issues a notice of assessment based on the information provided in the tax return.

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