As the Tax Office continues to navigate the transition from paper, to digital, and back to paper communication, it appears that some clients are not receiving their PAYG instalment notices in the mail (or perhaps via email!) as expected. 

As such, if you haven’t received your PAYG instalment notice at least 1 month prior to the due date, please contact us and we will assist in obtaining a copy from the ATO. 

The table below shows the due dates for Quarterly Instalments.


Table 1: Due dates for quarterly instalments
Quarter Period Due date
1 July–September 28 October
2 October–December 28 February
3 January–March 28 April
4 April–June 28 July

If you have any questions about your PAYG instalment obligations, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

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