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Re: Cant find my income statement from my last job

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I have contacted my previous employer 2 weeks ago because I haven’t received a income statement from them. They replied saying that they were going to it in the folowing days but it still doesn’t appear on my income statements on MyGov. How should I proced? 

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Hi @MatheusDuarte,

 

Thank you for your question.

 

Some employers may have extra time to finalise their payroll details. You can lodge the tax return any time with the details you have, but it may not be accurate, your employer might make changes and you may need to lodge an amendment to make these changes to your return.

 

It's worth to contact the employer again to find out the dates for the finalisation.

 

All the best.

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Champion

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Hi @MatheusDuarte,

 

Thank you for your question.

 

Some employers may have extra time to finalise their payroll details. You can lodge the tax return any time with the details you have, but it may not be accurate, your employer might make changes and you may need to lodge an amendment to make these changes to your return.

 

It's worth to contact the employer again to find out the dates for the finalisation.

 

All the best.