Tax, Super + You Competition - Entry Form

Entry form

By submitting this entry form you agree:

  • I/We agree that this entry was created for the 2021 Tax, Super + You competition and has not been previously submitted to the ATO or another entity.
  • I am/We are between 12 and 18 years of age as at Friday 13 August 2021.
  • I/We agree that our email address may be used to receive future information about the Tax, Super + You competition.
  • I/We have not used other people’s material/s without their permission.
  • I/We have completed a film/photo consent form for all individuals that appear in this entry.
  • Should I/We become a competition finalist or winner, I/We agree to take part in all reasonable publicity activities
    that may occur and agree to provide all artwork files as described in the Tax, Super + You competition terms and conditions.
  • I/We agree to the proposed uses and disclosures set out above and in the Tax, Super + You competition terms and conditions.
  • I/We acknowledge that I/We have read and agree to the Tax, Super + You competition terms and conditions.
e.g. 10/07/1999
e.g. Year 10
Acceptable digital file types: AVI, FLV, JPG, MOV, MP3, MP4, PDF, PNG, WMV, ZIP (File upload limit: 5MB). For larger files, please upload to a file hosting service (e.g. Dropbox, Google Drive, or similar) or video sharing service (e.g. YouTube, Vimeo, or similar). Once you upload your entry, simply copy the URL or get a shareable link and paste it to the 'Link to video or file hosting service' box above.
  • Fact 12

    The expenses of World War I were so great that the Commonwealth Government introduced three new taxes in 1917: an entertainment tax, a wartime profits tax and a bachelor tax that raised such a bitter protest that it was never put into operation.

Investment options

The range of investments into which individuals can invest their money.

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