• How do I view the total net deductible interest expense amount (incorporating general interest charge (GIC))?

    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.





    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.


    Select the ‘Integrated client account’.

    The ‘Itemised account - by income tax year’ screen will be displayed.


    Select the More display options button.

    The ‘Options for showing account information’ screen will be displayed.


    Choose the Tax type summary radio button.

    Then select the Show button.

    The ‘Tax type summary - by income tax year’ screen will be displayed.

    The ‘Net deductible interest expense’ amount for the selected account and financial year will be displayed.

    This only shows the net deductible interest amount for the selected account. If you have more accounts, you will need to check these to obtain the total net deductible interest amount.

    This screen also shows the net assessable interest amount for the selected account. The total of these amounts should be shown as income in the relevant tax return.

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