Australian financial year calendar FY22

Things that need to happen between the end of the financial year and tax time

Here are the dates and deadlines to keep in mind when getting tax ready.

Key dates in June

30 June is EOFY. All new transactions from 1 July go into your FY23 books. The next month of your EOFY calendar will focus on closing out Q4 obligations.

Key dates in July

With your Q4 reports squared away in July, your EOFY calendar will now shift focus to annual reporting. That means getting things ready for your tax agent.

Key dates in August

Ensure your FY22 books show every transaction. Make copies of every receipt and invoice ready to give to your tax agent.

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Key dates in September

Schedule your tax agent to work on your return. You get extra time (and way less stress) if you use a tax agent.

It’s a good idea to get your books and documentation tidy before involving a professional. Otherwise they’ll need to spend heaps of extra time on your accounts, and EOFY could end up being costly.

Key dates in October

Whether you have a tax agent or not, before working on your tax return make sure you:

  • check your books for mistakes
  • have run a profit-and-loss report and balance sheet

There are multiple PAYG withholding annual reports due at this time. You can find out more from the ATO.

May 2023

15 May 2023 is the deadline for your tax agent to lodge your return.

Setting yourself up for the new year

Financial year-end is the perfect time to do a check-up, celebrate your successes, and refocus on business goals.

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Source: Xero

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