Australia GST

Australia's Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a value-added tax levied on most
goods and services sold or consumed in Australia.

How Australia GST works

Goods and services tax (GST) is a broad-based tax of 10% on most goods, services and other items sold or consumed in Australia.

Some things don’t have GST included, these are called GST-free sales.

attend our GST webinar to help you to understand GST and its implications for business
use the GST calculatorExternal Link on ASIC’s MoneySmart website to calculate GST and work out how much GST is included in a sale.

How we can help

Video tips, online answers to your questions and a range of phone services to help you
meet your GST obligations.

KEY FEATURES

When to charge GST (and when not to)

If you are registered for GST – or required to be – the goods and services you sell in Australia are taxable unless they are GST-free or input taxed.

Non-profit organisations may be entitled to concessions on some transactions.

When to provide a tax invoice

If a customer asks for a tax invoice, you must provide one within 28 days, unless it is for a sale of $82.50 (including GST) or less.

The information a tax invoice must include depends on:

  • The sale amount
  • The sale type (for example, a sale that includes both taxable and non-taxable items)
  • Who issues the tax invoice.

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