Specifications

The electronic reporting specification version (1.0.2) of the Transfer Balance Account Report (TBAR) has been released as Final. In the May 2016 Budget it was announced that from 1 July 2017 the...
Current from: 14 Dec 2017
The accepted specifications and versions for the 2015-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18 financial years. You will be required to use these if you are developing software to lodge electronically. A list of...
Current from: 13 Dec 2017
This document is provided to digital service providers 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...
Current from: 14 Nov 2017
This document is provided to digital service providers for the purpose of obtaining and understanding the format and algorithm of the Australian business number (ABN). Highlights of the service are...
Current from: 14 Nov 2017
Original rollover Schematron published: 28/02/2013 Updated rollover Schematron published: 17/06/2013 If you have issues downloading the file please contact DPO@ato.gov.au If you have any other...
Current from: 9 Nov 2017
A Final electronic reporting specification (ERS) Lost members statement (LMS) version 6.0.2 has been released. A tracked and clean version has been published for your information. Differences...
Current from: 9 Nov 2017
A Final electronic reporting specification (ERS) Unclaimed superannuation money (USM) statement version 5.1.0 has been released. A tracked and clean version has been published for your information....
Current from: 22 Sep 2017
Bulk data exchange (BDE) error and warning codes and messages Reports included: Payment summary annual report (PSAR) Taxable payment annual report (TPAR) Annual investment income report (...
Current from: 17 Aug 2017
Specifications can be found in the ATO developer tools area of SBR website. Other information for software developers is also available. This includes detailed information about the SBR program as...
Current from: 21 Mar 2017
The tax file number (TFN) algorithm is a mathematical formula that tests the validity of numbers quoted as TFNs. Its use in software is recommended as it will minimise TFN errors and may subsequently...
Current from: 24 Feb 2017

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