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You can immediately access and review all of the Tax, Super + You content by clicking on 'Course overview'.
If you want to enrol students into classes, each school will need someone to be the link between their school and the Tax, Super + You resource. This person will be the Tax, Super + You School Administrator. The role of a School Administrator includes giving additional Teacher access to Tax, Super + You to other teachers at their school.
When your School Administrator has given you a Teacher account in Tax, Super + You, you can create your own classes and support your students in enrolling and participating in the classes.
School Administrator accounts also function as Teacher accounts, so School Administrators can also create their own classes and enrol students into their classes.
- For information about requesting school access, refer to How do I request access to Tax, Super + You on behalf of my school?
- For information about creating Teacher accounts, refer to How do I create an account for a teacher at my school?
- For information about creating Teacher led courses, refer to How do I create a new class?
Individuals who are Australian residents for taxation purposes pay no tax on the first $18,200 taxable income for the full financial year. This is called the tax-free threshold. They may claim the tax-free threshold from one employer only. Non-residents cannot claim the tax-free threshold.read more glossary terms