Tax, Super + You competition past winners

Winners of the 2018 Tax, Super + You competition

Junior category

  • First prize - Tax & You by Sonya Maloney and Elise Burke (NSW)
  • Second prize (tie) - Tax is Champion by Daniel Kang (NSW)
  • Second prize (tie) - Superannuation rap by Sarah Milton (QLD)
  • People’s Choice Award - Tax & You by Sonya Maloney and Elise Burke (NSW)

Senior category

  • First prize - The Answer by Neve Wildin Powell (QLD)
  • Second prize - Students Guide to Tax by Jamie Chambers, George Lines and Will Shaw (WA)
  • Third prize - What is tax and super? by Elise Hutchison (ACT)
  • People’s Choice Award - Students Guide to Tax by Jamie Chambers, George Lines and Will Shaw (WA)

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Winners of the 2017 Tax, Super + You competition

Senior category

  • First prize (tie) – Tax Rap by Jordan Donohue and Cabe Barrett (NSW)
  • First prize (tie) - The Value of Tax in Our Community and Super by Elise Hutchison (ACT)
  • Second prize (tie) - A Superannuation Animation by Jessica Leong (VIC)
  • Second prize (tie) - Finance-Superannuation by Dayle D'Mello, Simal Adeel, Charlie Jenkinson (WA)
  • Second prize (tie) - The Village and Boy Named Tax by Felicity Pollard (QLD)
  • People’s Choice Award - Finance-Superannuation by Dayle D'Mello, Simal Adeel, Charlie Jenkinson (WA)

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Village and the Boy Named Tax animation

Developed from the second-prize winning story in 2017 by high school student Felicity Pollard, the Village and the Boy Named Tax animation is a student’s perspective of the value of tax in the community. 2017 Tax, Super and You competition first-prize winner, Elise Hutchison, worked on the creation of the animation, including the voiceover. You can check out the animation here.


The Village and the Boy Named Tax – behind the scenes

The 2017 Tax, Super and You competition first-prize winner Elise Hutchinson worked on production of the animation during work experience with the ATO’s Marketing and Communication team. This behind-the-scenes video documents Elise’s experience, including recording the voiceover for the animation.


Stay tuned to the Tax, Super + You website for news about the 2020 competition.

  • Fact 17

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

Capital gain

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

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