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Re: 2004 Tax treatement on Foreign Income

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Hi, can someone confirm Tax Rules in the 2004 year regarding foreign income earned working overseas? Does a Tax return need to be lodged for the 2003 - 2004 year? Or can a return not necessary be lodged.

Thanking you in advance.

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Hi @C_Bel

 

Welcome to our Community!

 

It will depend on your personal situation and if you were a resident of Australia for tax purposes as to whether or not you need to lodge an income tax return for 2004. You can find instructions in the TaxPack 2004 (page 2) to help you work out if you need to lodge a tax return. If you're not required to lodge a tax return for 2004, you can report a Non-lodgement advice form which is also available in TaxPack 2004

 

Hope this help, JodieH. 

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Former Community Support

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Hi @C_Bel

 

Welcome to our Community!

 

It will depend on your personal situation and if you were a resident of Australia for tax purposes as to whether or not you need to lodge an income tax return for 2004. You can find instructions in the TaxPack 2004 (page 2) to help you work out if you need to lodge a tax return. If you're not required to lodge a tax return for 2004, you can report a Non-lodgement advice form which is also available in TaxPack 2004

 

Hope this help, JodieH.