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Taxable Payments Annual Report New Industries 2020
This is the first year that three new industries are required to submit a taxable payments annual report (TPAR).
Road freight services
Information technology services
Investigation or surveillance services
Established businesses may be aware of these requirements, but if you have clients that only started in one of these industries within the last year, they may not be aware they need to submit a TPAR.
Contractor name, ABN and address
Total including GST for invoices relating to labour services only or a combination of services and materials
TPAR is reported on a cash basis, that is only invoices paid to contractors from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020
Businesses that provide mixed services may need to report if more than 10% of turnover is providing services within any of the listed TPAR industries
The first report for these new industries is due by 28 August.
ATO Taxable payments annual report
for full details of each industry’s activities that must be included in the report.