1 Dover Individual Income Tax Return Checklist For the year ending (insert income year) 1. Advisor/Accountant Details Company/Firm name: Contact name: Contact Contact phone: 2. Client Details Full name: Tax File Number: Date of birth: ABN (if applicable): Address: Address (postal): (Put as above if the same) 3. Client Contact Details Mobile: Tel business hours: Tel after hours: 4. Bank Details Name of account: BSB: Account number:
2 INCOME Please provide evidence Please tick YES or NO for each of the items listed below and provide relevant details (if known) were prompted. 1. Salary or wages 2. Allowances, earnings, tips, director s fees etc 3. Employer lump sum payments 4. Employment termination payments 5. Australian Government allowances and payments like Newstart, youth allowance and Austudy payment 6. Australian Government pensions and allowances 7. Australian annuities and superannuation income streams 8. Australian superannuation lump sum payments 9. Attributed personal services income 10. Gross Interest 11. Dividends 12. Employee share schemes 13. Distributions from partnerships and/or trusts 14. Personal services income (PSI) 15. Net income or loss from business (as a sole trader) 16. Deferred non-commercial business losses 17. Net farm management deposits or repayments 18. Capital gains 19. Foreign entities: a. Direct or indirect interests in a controlled foreign company b. Transfer of property or services to a non-resident trust 20. Foreign source income (including foreign pensions) and foreign assets or Property 21. Rent 22. Bonuses from life insurance companies or friendly societies 23. Forestry managed investment scheme income 24. Other income (please specify below)
3 DEDUCTIONS Please provide evidence D1. Work related car expenses - cents per kilometer method (up to a maximum of 5,000 kms) - log book method - one-third of actual expenses method - 12% of actual cost method D2. Work related travel expenses Employee domestic travel with reasonable allowance - If the claim is more than the reasonable allowance rate, do you have receipts for your expenses? Overseas travel with reasonable allowance - Do you have receipts for accommodation expenses? Employee without a reasonable travel allowance Yes No - Did you incur and have receipts for airfares? - Did you incur and have receipts for accommodation? - Do you have receipts for hire cars (if applicable)? - Did you incur and have receipts for meals and incidental expenses? - Do you have any other travel expenses? Other work-related travel expenses (e.g. a borrowed car) (please specify) D3. Work related uniform and other clothing expenses Protective clothing Yes No Occupation specific clothing Non-compulsory uniform Compulsory uniform Yes No Conventional clothing Laundry expenses (up to $150 without receipts) Dry cleaning expenses Other claims such as mending/repairs, etc (please specify)
4 D4. Work related self-education expenses Course taken at educational institution: - union fees - course fees - books, stationery - depreciation - travel - other (please specify) D5. Other work related expenses Home office expenses Computer and software Telephone/mobile phone Tools and equipment Subscriptions and union fees Journals/periodicals Depreciation Sun protection products (i.e. sunscreen and sunglasses) Seminars and courses not at an educational institution: - course fees - travel - other (please specify) Any other work related deductions (please specify) Other types of deductions D6. Low value pool deduction D7. Interest deductions
5 Other types of deductions (continued) D8. Dividend deductions D9. Gifts or donations D10. Cost of managing tax affairs D11. Deductible amount of undeducted purchase price of a foreign pension or Annuity D12. Personal superannuation contributions Full name of fund: Account no: Fund ABN: Fund TFN: Do you pass the 10% test?: Have you provided the fund a notice of intention to deduct the contribution?: Has this notice been acknowledged by the fund: D13. Deduction for project pool D14. Forestry managed investment scheme deduction D15. Other deductions (please specify) L1. Tax losses of earlier income years
6 Tax offsets/rebates Please provide evidence T1. Do you have a dependent spouse born on or before 30 June 1952? T2. Are you a senior Australian or pensioner? T3. Did you receive an Australian superannuation income stream? T4. Did you make superannuation contributions on behalf of your spouse? T5. Did you live in a remote area of Australia or serve overseas with the Australian defence force or the UN armed forces in the year? T6. Did you have net medical expenses over $2,120 in the year? T7. Did you maintain an invalid or carer dependant including your spouse, parent, parent-in-law, your or your spouse s child, brother or sister aged over 16 years old? T8. Are you entitled to claim the landcare and water facility tax offset? T9. Are you a mature age worker born before 1 July 1957 with net income from working of less than $63,000? T10. Other non-refundable tax offsets (please specify)
7 Other relevant information Medicare levy and Medicare levy surcharge M1. Are you entitled to the Medicare levy exemption or reduction in the year? (if yes, please specify): M2. For the entire income year, were you and all of you dependants (including your spouse) covered by the appropriate private health insurance hospital cover? Private health insurance policy details Do you have the details of your private health insurance policy details? If YES please provide details below which can be obtained from your private health insurance statement Health insurance ID Membership Number Share of premiums paid in the financial year (label J on your statement) Share of government rebate received (label K on your statement) Benefit code (label L on your statement) Adjustments A1. Were you under the age of 18 on 30 June of the income year? A2. Did you become an Australian tax resident at any time during the year? A2. Did you cease to be an Australian tax resident at any time during the year? A3. Did you make a non-deductible (non-concessional) personal super contribution in the income year? A4. Did a trust or company distribute income to you in respect of which family trust Distribution tax was paid by the trust or company? C1. Did you pay any tax within 14 days before the due date (e.g., HECS/HELP)? Income tests information IT1. Do you have any total reportable fringe benefits amounts in the year? Yes No IT2. Do you have any reportable employer super contributions in the year? IT3. Did you receive any tax-free government pensions in the year? IT4. Did you receive any target foreign income in the year? IT5. Did you have a net financial investment loss in the year? IT6. Did you have a net rental property loss in the year?
8 IT7. Did you pay child support in the year? IT8. Do you have dependent children in the year? If yes, how many Spouse details married or de facto (including same sex) 1. Did you have a spouse for the full year in the income year? If you had a spouse for only part of the income year, please specify the dates in which you had a spouse this year: From / / to / / 2. Did your spouse die during the income tax year? 3. What is your spouse s name and date of birth? (If you had more than one spouse during the year, provide the name of your spouse on 30 June of this year or your last spouse)? Name: Date of birth: 4. Did your spouse (named above) have taxable income for the income year? 5. Did your spouse have a share of trust income on which the trustee is assessed under S.98 of the ITAA36 not included in your spouse s taxable income for the year? 6. Did a trust/company distribute income to your spouse in the year in respect of which family trust distribution tax was paid by the trust/company? 7. Did your spouse have reportable fringe benefits amounts for the year? 8. Did your spouse receive any Australian Government pensions or allowances (not including exempt pension income) in the income year? 9. Did your spouse receive any exempt pension income in the income year? 10. Does your spouse have any reportable super contributions for the year?
9 11. Did your spouse receive any tax-free government pensions paid under the Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 2004? 12. Did your spouse receive any target foreign income in the income year? 13. Did your spouse have a total net investment loss (i.e., the financial investment loss/rental property loss) for the year? 14. Did your spouse pay child support during the year? 15. If your spouse is 55 to 59 years old, did they receive a superannuation lump sum (other than a death benefit) during the income year which included a taxed element that does not exceed their low rate cap? Other 1. Did you have a HECS/HELP liability/a student financial supplement loan debt? 2. Do you have a loan with a private company or have such a loan amount forgiven? (If yes, please specify) (reviewer consider if deemed dividend in year under Division 7A): 3. Did you make a gain or loss from financial arrangements and wish to apply the TOFA rules to bring them into account for tax purposes in the income tax year? 4. Did you receive any benefit from an employee share acquisition scheme? 5. Family Tax Benefit ( FTB ): - Did you have care of a dependent child in the year? - Did you or your spouse receive FTB through the Department of Human Services in the year? Dated the day of 20 Signature of taxpayer Name (print)
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