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Payroll did not submit my tax form

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Hello,
I work two jobs and back in June, I swapped from one to another as my primary income. I filled in the forms to claim the tax free threshold at my primary job and to not claim it anymore at my other. Payroll for my new first job didn’t update this on their system and as a result, I have not been claiming the tax free threshold on either job. This means I’ve been getting taxed at a much higher rate for 6 months at no fault of my own. What can I do?
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Devotee Registered Tax Practitioner

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@alexandra24 @macfanboy 

 

alexandra,

 

Has the situation now been fixed?

 

As macfanboy says, you need to wait until after 30 June 2020, when the Payment Summaries have been finalised, to lodge your 2020 Tax Return.

 

Every employee should be looking at their Pay Slips and determining if the correct amount of tax has been deducted by the employer (under STP, I understand that payroll information is available on MyGov).

 

Duncan 

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Taxicorn

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@alexandra24 

 

You can not get refunded anything until you lodge your 2020 tax return.

 

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Devotee Registered Tax Practitioner

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@alexandra24 @macfanboy 

 

alexandra,

 

Has the situation now been fixed?

 

As macfanboy says, you need to wait until after 30 June 2020, when the Payment Summaries have been finalised, to lodge your 2020 Tax Return.

 

Every employee should be looking at their Pay Slips and determining if the correct amount of tax has been deducted by the employer (under STP, I understand that payroll information is available on MyGov).

 

Duncan