Test scenarios

The following tests cover the calculations for the: 2013-14 weekly, fortnightly and monthly pay as you go (PAYG) withholding (NAT 1004) Higher Education Loan Programme (HELP) (NAT 2335)...
Current from: 23 Feb 2017
The following covers the reporting of Withholding where ABN not quoted events, other than those covered by Annual Investment Income Reporting (AIIR) requirements, for the 2002/2003 financial year...
Current from: 18 Jan 2017
The test scenarios are intended to assist software developers that are building products to conform to the Electronic reporting specification, Taxable payments annual report version 2.0.0, 1.0.0 and...
Current from: 19 Dec 2016
The following instructions cover the reporting of employee share scheme statement - employee summary information for the 2016 and subsequent financial years.
Current from: 28 Jan 2016
Self-printing of employee summaries on plain paper is available only to ESS providers who lodge their Employee share scheme (ESS) annual report to the ATO electronically. Self-printed employee...
Current from: 28 Jan 2016
Test scenario for PAYG Payment Summary Annual Reporting for the 2012-13 financial year onwards. Overview The following instructions cover the reporting of Individual non-business, Business and...
Current from: 28 Jul 2015
The following instructions cover the reporting of the PAYG withholding from interest, dividend and royalty payments paid to non residents - Annual Report information.  
Current from: 24 Nov 2014
This document is provided to software developers to enable them to enhance their product by incorporating official Tax Office EFT code validation rules. The receipt of a valid code by the Tax Office...
Current from: 11 Mar 2014
Use this test scenario for self-printed pay as you go withholding (PAYGW) payment summaries designed for issue after 1 July 2013.
Current from: 27 Sep 2013
The following tests cover the calculation of the quarterly instalment amount based on the instalment income and either the Commissioner/chosen rate or new varied instalment rate. It does not cover...
Current from: 27 Sep 2013