• How do I view estimated GIC calculated to a future date?

    This How do I lesson commences from the homepage of the Tax Agent Portal after you have logged in.

    If you do not know the client’s ABN and/or TFN you can find the client on the Directory.

    Step 

    Action 

    Result 

    1. 

    Enter the client’s ABN or TFN on the Homepage in the relevant field under ‘Your clients’ and choose ‘Client accounts’ from the drop down menu.

    Select the Search button.

    The Client account list screen will be displayed.

    2. 

    Select the account you want to view the general interest charge (GIC) for.

    The ‘Itemised account - by Tax Office processed date’ screen will be displayed.

    The estimated GIC will be displayed under the ‘Opening balance’ and ‘Closing balance’ amounts.

    You will not be able to view GIC for accounts other than ‘Integrated client’ accounts.

    You can determine the ‘Payout amount’, including the GIC amount applicable to a future date, by changing the ‘Total payable if paid on’ fields and selecting the Go button.

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