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Re: Can you nominate when to submit BAS

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Not sure I understand your question, however have answered as best I can based on what I think you are asking.

Below is a link to BAS deadline Dates:

 

https://www.ato.gov.au/business/business-activity-statements-(bas)/due-dates-for-lodging-and-paying-....

 

Basically your BAS is due the 28th of the following month after the quarter so April - June 2020 - due 28th July. However if you lodge online you get an extra 2 weeks from this date & if you lodge via a BAS or Tax Agent, then there is an extra 4 weeks from this date.

 

This excludes the October - December quarter where everyone gets the extension until 28 February.

 

If you lodge monthly then your BAS is due the 21st of the following month.

 

However if you are wanting to actually change your reporting & payment cycle (of which you would need to contact the ATO) see information below:

 

Changing your reporting and payment cycle

Depending on your circumstances, you may be able to change how often you lodge and pay.

If you want to change your reporting and payment cycle early in the lodgment period (for example, in the first month of the quarter or at the beginning of the financial year) you can generally start the new cycle straight away. Otherwise, the new cycle will take effect from the start of the next quarter or year.

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Most helpful response

Enthusiast

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Not sure I understand your question, however have answered as best I can based on what I think you are asking.

Below is a link to BAS deadline Dates:

 

https://www.ato.gov.au/business/business-activity-statements-(bas)/due-dates-for-lodging-and-paying-....

 

Basically your BAS is due the 28th of the following month after the quarter so April - June 2020 - due 28th July. However if you lodge online you get an extra 2 weeks from this date & if you lodge via a BAS or Tax Agent, then there is an extra 4 weeks from this date.

 

This excludes the October - December quarter where everyone gets the extension until 28 February.

 

If you lodge monthly then your BAS is due the 21st of the following month.

 

However if you are wanting to actually change your reporting & payment cycle (of which you would need to contact the ATO) see information below:

 

Changing your reporting and payment cycle

Depending on your circumstances, you may be able to change how often you lodge and pay.

If you want to change your reporting and payment cycle early in the lodgment period (for example, in the first month of the quarter or at the beginning of the financial year) you can generally start the new cycle straight away. Otherwise, the new cycle will take effect from the start of the next quarter or year.