GPO Box 9990, Sydney 2001
Call Centre Phone numbers for various inquiries
Information about business income tax, fringe benefits tax (FBT), goods and services tax (GST), pay as you go (PAYG) and activity statements, including lodgment and payment, accounts and business registration (including Australian business number and tax file number), and dividend and royalty withholding tax.
Enquiries about retirement, family tax benefit, baby bonus, tax file number, pay as you go (PAYG) - including activity statements, Higher Education Loan Programme (HELP), Student Financial Supplement Scheme, account balance or replacement cheque, preparation of an online tax return, general income tax, lodgment and notices of assessment.
Specific enquiries can be directed to the sections detailed on the right hand side of this page.
Enquiries about super co-contributions, superannuation contributions surcharge, superannuation guarantee - including non payment by an employer, lost superannuation, self managed superannuation funds, simpler super and general superannuation enquiries.
How Much Can I Borrow? Calculator How Much Can I Borrow? Calculator
This calculator provides an estimate of the maximum you can borrow, taking into account your monthly income and expenditure and current interest rates. This calculator also builds in a buffer for interest rate rises.
Income and Expenditure Worksheet
Use the income and expenditure worksheet to calculate how much you can afford to borrow.
Basic Repayment Calculator
Enter the interest rate, the term of the loan and the amount you are borrowing to get the minimum monthly repayment and the amount of interest paid.
Fixed vs Variable Interest Rate Calculator
This simulator allows you to analyse the choice of a fixed or variable rate by modeling changes in the variable interest rate and comparing the amount repaid during the period and the outstanding loan balance at the end of the period.
Mortgage Broker Checklist If you're planning to use a mortgage broker to help you find the perfect home loan, there is some information you should find out from your broker before you start.
Loan Repayment Calculator - Work out what your minimum weekly, fortnightly or monthly loan repayments would be for any borrowed amount.
Extra Repayments Calculator - Find out how much you can save in interest and shorten your loan term by making additional repayments over and above your current monthly repayment.
Lump Sum Repayments Calculator - Find out how much you can save in interest and shorten your loan term by making a one-off lump sum repayment on top of your current monthly repayment.
Split Loan Calculator - Splitting your home loan into fixed and variable rate portions can provide insurance against future changes in interest rates that we can't predict. Use this tool to calculate your repayments and total interest under different fixed and variable rate scenarios.
Loan Comparison Calculator - Select any two home loans on the market for a direct cost comparison. Determine which is the cheapest in total fees and interest over the life of the loan.
Stamp Duty Calculator - Work out how much stamp duty will be payable on the purchase of your new home.
Principal & Interest Calculator - Work out what portion of each monthly repayment is principal and what portion is interest.
Lenders Mortgage Insurance Estimator
In nearly all cases, if you borrow more than 80 per cent of what the lender considers to be the value of the property they will ask you to pay their mortgage insurance. This handy estimator determines how much this is likely to cost you.
Home Cost Estimator
This calculator allows you to estimate the total cost of purchasing a property including all those nasty hidden costs.
Rent vs Buy
This tool allows you to compare your estimated financial position after seven years of renting with your estimated financial position after seven years of home loan repayments.
Buy Then Sell or Sell Then Buy
This estimator provides an indication of the costs you will face depending on the order in which you sell your old home and buy your new one.
This calculator takes your specific moving details and produces a customized timeline. This can then be printed out in the form of a checklist to tick off tasks as they are completed.
Can I Afford An Investment Property?
This tool provides an estimate of how much an investment property will cost. It combines the cash operating revenue and the cash operating expenses with the change in the amount of income tax paid to measure the net change in the investors income due to the investment property.
Search & Compare Savings Accounts and Term Deposits
Small Business Loans
Small Business Calculator
Compare credit cards - The small business calculator that lets you enter set-up costs and running costs to establish a comprehensive business financial summary.
Debentures comparison page
Budget Planner - Try our Budget Planner. Enter your annual income and expenses to assess your financial position.
Statement of financial position. Check your financial position and overall financial capacity.
Could your super and the age pension be enough to give you the income you would like to have when you retire? Ask the FIDO retirement planner to crunch the numbers and show you.
Account-based pension calculatorAccount-based pension calculator
An account-based pension or annuity is one of the products you can buy with your super when you retire. Account based pensions are also known as allocated pensions.
Works out how much super you'll have when you retire and how fees affect your final payout.
Reverse mortgage calculator Reverse mortgage calculator
See how your reverse mortgage debt builds up and may affect how much of your home you still own as time goes by.
Individual income tax rates - Shows the percentage of tax payable for each income bracket, for individual Australian taxpayers, for the financial year 2009-10 and 2010-11.
Individual income tax rates for prior years - Shows the percentage of tax payable for each income bracket, for individual Australian taxpayers, for prior financial years.
Students and graduates
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Sydney NSW 2000
DX 1523 Sydney
Telephone: (02) 9223 4677
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GPO Box 4042,
Sydney NSW 2001
DX 456 Sydney
Telephone: (02) 9689 6200
Fax: (02) 9689 6464
Administrative Appeals Tribunal
Level 7, City Centre Tower
55 Market Street
Sydney NSW 2000
GPO Box 9955
Sydney NSW 2001
DX 10200 Sydney Stock Exchange
Telephone: (02) 9391 2400 (metropolitan area)
1300 366 700 (country areas)
Fax: (02) 9283 4881
Monday to Friday 8.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.