Tax, Super + You competition

The Tax, Super + You competition is a fun and creative way for students in Years 7–12 to learn about tax and super. The competition asks students to develop creative products, either in groups or individually, that highlight the value of tax and super in the community.

Due to the effect that COVID–19 is having around Australia, we have made the difficult decision not to run the competition in 2020.

Our Tax, Super + You teaching resources are still available. We encourage you to use these and check out some of the previous competition entries to keep learning about tax and super.

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Tax, Super + You teacher's kit

The Tax, Super + You competition supports learning outcomes in key subject areas and is a fun and exciting way to incorporate the Tax, Super + You teaching resources into classroom lesson plans. Teachers can find out more about the Tax, Super + You competition and resources in our teacher’s kit.

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  • Fact 8

    In 1910, the Commonwealth Government introduced a land tax to provide for more defence spending and to prepare for the increase in migration. The land tax was chosen to encourage large-scale land owners to subdivide their land and sell it to small-scale settlers.

Tax file number declaration

A form that helps an employer work out how much tax to withhold from payments made to employees.

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