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ATO Due dates

Due dates for lodging and paying your BAS

Lodging and paying your BAS on time helps your business run smoothly.

The due date for lodging and paying is displayed on your BAS.

If the due date is on a weekend or public holiday, you can lodge and pay on the next business day.

Quarterly reporting

Due date for each quarter
Quarter Due date
1 – July, August and September 28 October
2 – October, November and December 28 February
3 – January, February and March 28 April
4 – April, May and June 28 July

 

Monthly reporting

The due date for your monthly BAS is usually the 21st day of the month following the end of the taxable period.

Schools and associated bodies are automatically granted a deferral of their December activity statement. These will be issued with a deferred due date of 21 February.

Simpler BAS

From 1 July 2017, Simpler BAS is the default reporting method for small businesses with a GST turnover of less than $10 million. They have less GST information to report on their BAS.

Small businesses only need to report:

  • G1 Total sales
  • 1A GST on sales
  • 1B GST on purchases

The following GST information is no longer required:

  • G2 Export sales
  • G3 GST-free sales
  • G10 Capital purchases
  • G11 Non-capital purchases

Simpler BAS does not affect how other taxes are reported (eg PAYG income tax instalments or PAYG tax withheld), or how often you lodge your BAS.

You still need to keep records, such as tax invoices, as proof of any claims you make in your BAS and income tax return lodgements.