Are you looking for a tax accountant?
Many taxpayers are searching for a tax accountant near their area to lodge their tax returns. However, what would you say if you could lodge right from your bedroom?
Check out these steps on how to easily lodge your tax return online and tax tips on how to choose a tax accountant. Afterward, you can choose which option is right for you.
What about saving time?
With E-lodge, our tax preparation services provide you with a user-friendly site, with which you can enter all the information. Unlike online tax services who you are paying for the complexity of your return, private accountants charge higher flat fees per the hour you are spending on your tax return.
On top of that, you don’t need to leave your home or can even finish your tax return on your lunch break. Here’s how to lodge your return online with us:
After payment and submitting your tax return, you can lodge your return in as little as 10 minutes. If you haven’t lodged your 2017 tax return as yet, click here to find out what you need to do next.
Choosing the right tax accountant.
Although online tax preparation doesn’t require much computer experience, some taxpayers may not be comfortable with using technology and prefer hands-on communication. Here are some helpful tips when choosing a tax accountant:
- Tax accountants must be Registered Tax Agents with the Tax Practitioners Board (TPB)
- Your tax accountant must be aware of evolving ATO tax laws
- They go about following ATO protocols
- Beware of promises of getting you the “highest” refund possible
- Do not fall for promises of an instant tax refund which requires higher fees, lessening your refund
- Research your tax accountant’s location, security, the validity of their website and customer reviews
E-Lodge’s provides you with security and accuracy as we are authorised by the Tax Practitioners Board. Lodge your return with E-Lodge starting from $19.95 right at your convenience!
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We strive to make your lodging experience easy. 31 October is the 2018 tax deadline to lodge your current return, so don’t wait until the last minute.
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