Frequently Asked Questions - For Students

Question: What is Tax, Super + You?
What is Tax, Super + You?
Answer:

Tax, Super + You is an educational online resource provided free of charge by the ATO. Teachers can use this resource to help their students improve their understanding of the Australian tax and super systems.

The resource is a complete learning management system. Its content aligns to the Australian Curriculum, focusing on secondary school students in years 7 to 10.

The resource incorporates:

Question: Why is my old Tax, Super + You account not working?
Why is my old Tax, Super + You account not working?
Answer:

Tax, Super + You has been updated for 2015 and beyond. 

Any account you had for Tax, Super + You before January 2015 no longer exists.

Question: How do I get a new Student account?
How do I get a new Student account?
Answer:

It's easy!  You can quickly get your new Student account by following these steps:

Question: What is a course link URL?
What is a course link URL?
Answer:

When your Teacher creates a new class in Tax, Super + You, the system will send your Teacher an email with a URL link to their course and registration instructions.

Your Teacher needs to send these details to you so you can enrol into their class.

The email from your Teacher will include a course link URL and the instructions that you will need to enrol into their class.

Question: How do I enrol into my teacher's class?
How do I enrol into my teacher's class?
Answer:

When your Teacher creates a new class in Tax, Super + You, the system will send your Teacher an email with course details and registration instructions. The Teacher needs to send these details to their students.

  • Fact 11

    The first new tax introduced after Federation was the Bank Notes Tax Act 1910 which introduced an Australian currency. It imposed a 10% tax on bank notes that had been previously issued privately. The new national currency first appeared in December 1910.

Complying super fund

A super fund that meets government laws and regulations.

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