• View goods and services tax details

    This screen enables you to view details of your goods and services tax (GST).

    You can contact us if your GST details require updating and your request is not covered in the online registrations processes.

    Refer to our help topic Mail – New message or phone us on 13 28 66.

    If you select the Cancel tax type button, you will go to the Cancel tax type screen.

    The Cancel tax type button will only be displayed where tax types are eligible for cancellation.

    Cancelling GST tax type

    Only GST tax types with a status of ‘active’, ‘inactive’ or ‘non-reporting’ can be cancelled.

    Drivers in the taxi industry have to be registered for GST even if their GST turnover falls below $75,000. In these circumstances, GST cannot be cancelled. 

    For more information, refer to section 144-5 of the ANTS (GST) Act 1999.

    The GST tax type cannot be cancelled where there is an active:

    • FTC tax type – this will need to be cancelled prior to GST cancellation
    • LCT tax type – this will need to be cancelled prior to GST cancellation
    • WET tax type – this will need to be cancelled prior to GST cancellation
    • Deferred GST tax type – all deferred GST matters will need to be finalised and the deferred GST tax type cancelled prior to GST cancellation.

    Where you are registered as the representative for a ‘Group registration’ for GST, you cannot cancel out of the group through this process.

    For more information in relation to GST groups refer to GST groups and branches 

    Australian business number (ABN) 

    An ABN cannot be cancelled through this process. To cancel your ABN using your online security credential, log in to the Australian Business Register

    When your ABN is cancelled, online security credentials (Manage ABN Connections & AUSkeys) associated with the ABN are also cancelled and you will not be able to access the portal or lodge any outstanding activity statements via our digital channels.  

    For more information, refer to Definitions.

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