TPAR or taxable payments annual report is a reporting obligation enforced by the Australian Taxation Office. TPAR enables ATO to collect information related to payments made to contractors of all types by businesses. The primary purpose of the TPAR is to address the issue of contractors and subcontractors not reporting their income correctly and avoiding tax obligations, which contributes to the black economy. By requiring businesses to report these payments, the ATO can identify discrepancies and ensure tax compliance.

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If you are operating in the building & construction industry, information & technology services, courier service, or cleaning service, you are required to lodge the TPAR (Taxable Payments Annual Report) on 28th August every year. Our team provides hassle free, smooth lodgement of TPAR for all kinds of businesses.


  • Visit your nearest Nanak accountants & associates office or contact us through our web credentials or contact numbers

  • We will provide you with assistance by connecting you with our experts

  • Our highly qualified team will guide you through the TPAR lodgement

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Ensure Compliance and Accuracy with Taxable Payments Annual Report

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-> Professional advice on TPAR lodgement process


  • What happens if I fail to lodge a TPAR or provide incorrect information?

    Non-compliance with TPAR obligations or providing incorrect information can result in penalties imposed by the ATO. Penalties may include financial penalties, interest charges, or even legal action. It's crucial to meet the reporting requirements accurately and on time

  • What types of documentation should be maintained for TPAR reporting?

    To ensure proper TPAR reporting, it is essential to maintain comprehensive records of payments made to contractors and subcontractors. These records should include the following details: their ABN (Australian Business Number), name, address, and the total amount paid. It is advisable to retain these records for a minimum of five years to be prepared for any potential ATO inquiries or audits that may arise in the future

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