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Late Tax Return: How To Do Your Overdue Tax Returns

You can finish any late tax return from 1995–2016 online, right now using our Express Tax service.
It takes just a few minutes and you’ll get expert support the whole way using our Police tax Multifix* late service.
You can lodge any late tax return in minutes at Policetax.com.au
Do you have a previous year tax return that is overdue? Or maybe you have a few tax late tax returns you’ve been avoiding? This is not a good look for a law enforcement officer.
Don’t worry: You’ve come to the right place.

The Police tax Express online tax return is fast, easy and simple. Simple select the tax year, enter a few numbers, and your late tax returns will be done before you know it. Next, your return is checked two times by qualified accountants. Our Police tax team  contacts you with any questions or ideas for improving your tax refund. 

We will lodge it at the ATO and follow it up if needed – which means you can put those tax returns behind you and let a qualified accountant take care of the details.
At Police Tax you can complete any prior year’s or late tax returns from 2000 to 2016. And the best part, using the simple online tax return means you can finish your late tax returns in just minutes.We have completed up to 25 years late in the past for clients not a bad effort.

Your overdue tax return is never “too late” (and the ATO never forgets)

If you have a late tax return, the sooner you do it, the better! The ATO is very clear about this: You must lodge a tax return for every year that you received any income.
If you missed one year’s tax return, the ATO will never forget about it. The ATO often applies costly late fines and interest charges that grow and grow over time.
Un-lodged late tax returns = the ATO takes even more of your money. 

 
 
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