Lodgment Planning: Q4 2022 Deadlines
Being across tax obligations is essential for all small business in Australia.
Have you got all your March quarter obligations under control?
Soon enough, we’ll be into the last quarter of the financial year, often a busier time for small businesses.
We’ve highlighted some upcoming business lodgment due dates to help you get organised for the June quarter.
|LODGMENT TYPE||PERIOD END DATE||LODGMENT & PAYMENT DUE||NOTES|
|Activity statement monthly||End of month||21st of the following month||N/A|
|Superannuation Guarantee Contributions||31/03/2022||28/04/2022||Check the cut-off date of your super clearing house - their due date could be earlier than the ATO due date.|
|Activity statement March quarter||31/03/2022||28/04/2022|
|For businesses lodging directly with the ATO.
For registered agents lodging electronically.
|Fringe Benefits Tax return||31/03/2022||21/05/2022|
|For paper lodgments.
For agents lodging electronically.
Get your FBT records together before the end of March - vehicle logbooks and documents, lease documents, invoices and employee declarations.
|Stocktake||30/06/2022||N/A||If you have to perform a stocktake for your tax return, plan ahead, so you have time and staff available for this task.|
Talk to Us About Lodgment Planning
If we’re already lodging on your behalf, lodgment extensions automatically apply. You may have earlier deadlines if you’re lodging activity statements and other forms directly with the ATO. If you need more time to lodge and pay, let us know, and we can help you meet your obligations or arrange a lodgment extension if required.
It’s good practice to plan for your lodgment dates, so you’re always on top of your cash flow planning for ATO liabilities.
Start getting organised for the busy June quarter now!
Should you require any additional assistance please don’t hesitate to contact us.