General

What is Tax, Super + You?

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 12.

The resource incorporates:

Can I change my password?

Yes, of course! Just follow these easy steps:

  1. Login to Tax, Super + You.
  2. On the Home page, click on ‘My Account’ then click on 'Edit'.
  3. Enter your current password and then enter and repeat your new password.
  4. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on ‘Save' to complete updating your password.
  5. You will receive a confirmation message that your changes have been saved.

I’ve forgotten my password – what do I do now?

Don’t worry! The Tax, Super + You system can resend your username and reset your password. Just follow these easy steps:

I’ve forgotten my username and password – what do I do now?

Don’t worry! The Tax, Super + You system can resend your username and reset your password. Just follow these easy steps:

Can I update my user profile?

Yes, you can. Just follow these easy steps:

  1. On the Home page, click on the 'My Account' link at the top right of the screen and then click on the 'Edit' button to access and change your account details and password.
  2. Update the desired fields. You can update your details and even upload an image.
  3. To save your changes, click on the 'Save' button at the bottom of the screen and then click on the 'View' button to exit.
  4. To exit without making or saving any changes, just click on the 'View' button.

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

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

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

  • Fact 10

    In 1936, at the request of the Australian Wool Growers Council, a wool tax was imposed to help the production of wool and to extend the use of wool throughout the world. It was levied at 6d (about 5c) per bale on all sales of shorn wool produced in Australia.

Tax file number declaration

A form that helps an employer work out how much tax to withhold from payments made to employees.

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