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i need a link code for mygov

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how do i get my link code for mygov

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Hi @rk88 

 

The quickest and easiest way to link your myGov account to the ATO is to do it online through myGov. You will have to have your myGov sign-in options set to recieve a code by SMS or the myGov Access app to link to the ATO. After you've logged into myGov, select the Services tab on myGov home page and select Australian Taxation Office. Select the Questions specific to you as the linking option. You'll then have to enter your TFN and the details of two of the following:

  • a notice of assessment received in the last five years
  • a PAYG payment summary received in the last two years
  • a super account statement from the last five years
  • a dividends statement from the last two years
  • a Centrelink payment summary from the last two years
  • your bank account details. If you choose to use your bank account to confirm your identity, it must be an account you had your individual income tax refund paid into last year, or one that has earned interest in the last two years.

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Community Manager

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Hi @rk88 

 

The quickest and easiest way to link your myGov account to the ATO is to do it online through myGov. You will have to have your myGov sign-in options set to recieve a code by SMS or the myGov Access app to link to the ATO. After you've logged into myGov, select the Services tab on myGov home page and select Australian Taxation Office. Select the Questions specific to you as the linking option. You'll then have to enter your TFN and the details of two of the following:

  • a notice of assessment received in the last five years
  • a PAYG payment summary received in the last two years
  • a super account statement from the last five years
  • a dividends statement from the last two years
  • a Centrelink payment summary from the last two years
  • your bank account details. If you choose to use your bank account to confirm your identity, it must be an account you had your individual income tax refund paid into last year, or one that has earned interest in the last two years.

You can this information here.