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Once you're registered for GST, you'll need to file regular GST returns and pay GST on your taxable activities.

How do I calculate and file my GST?

You must file a GST return for every taxable period using the accounting basis you've chosen, even if it's a nil return. You cannot get an extension of time to file a GST return, so you must file it on time. A GST return is due by the 28th of the month after the end of your taxable period. There are 2 exceptions to this date.
  • The GST return for the taxable period ending 31 March is due by 7 May.
  • The GST return for the taxable period ending 30 November is due by 15 January.
  • Last updated: 13 May 2024
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