During World War I, many taxpayers felt that it was their patriotic duty to pay more than their assessed tax. Some were not legally obliged to pay tax but did so and others made payments of double, treble or quadruple the assessed amounts.
Your request for School Administrator access will be rejected if we cannot verify your details provided in the request form.
If your request is rejected because we cannot verify your details, you will be given a new Student account in Tax, Super + You which you can access with the Username and password you entered.
If your school already has a School Administrator, you can also become a School Administrator for your school or the existing School Administrator can quickly and easily give you a Teacher account in Tax, Super + You. You can then create your own class and enrol your students to learn about Australian tax and super concepts.
A trust exists when a person or company (called a 'trustee') holds assets on behalf of others who are intended to benefit from the assets, or income from those assets. Those intended to benefit are called 'beneficiaries'.read more glossary terms