Utilising our cloud-based services, we collect your data, compile the necessary reports and ensure your compliance. Each BAS Statement we lodge is audited for errors before it is submitted to the Tax office, ensuring that you and your business are meeting your obligations.
Choose the perfect plan
Our BAS service is available as a stand alone, once off service. You can also subscribe and have the comfort of knowing that your BAS is taken care of each time.
For those who need to report monthly.
For those who need to report every 3 months.
For those who only report once a financial year.
This is also available as part of a managed solution. For more information please click here.
All of our plans are 100% compliant with BAS reporting legislation and include:
Frequently asked questions
BAS is a government form that all businesses must lodge to the Australian Tax Office (ATO). It’s a summary of all the business taxes you have paid or will pay to the government during a specific period.
A BAS outlines the amount a business pays of the following taxes:
- Goods and services tax (GST)
- Pay as you go (PAYG) income tax instalments
- Pay as you go (PAYG) tax withheld
- Fringe benefits tax (FBT) instalment
- Luxury car tax (LCT)
- Wine equalisation tax (WET)
- Fuel tax credits
- Instalment notices for GST and PAYG instalments
Depending on your business revenue, you will submit your BAS monthly, quarterly or annually. BAS is issued by the ATO approximately two weeks before the end of a business’s reporting period. Once you receive your business activity statement, fill it out, lodge it with the ATO and pay any money you owe by the due date.
Depending on what JTRB services you use will affect the amount of support you need to provide. If you are a total solution client, you will need to provide very little support – usually just submitting receipts and invoices. If you are seeking our BAS services as a stand-alone, once off service you may need to provide further support such as previous BAS’s and reports.
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