You are now able to view and download your annual tax statement for the 2020/21 Financial Year on the Raiz app or desktop website. If you do not have a tax statement available, it means you don’t need one.
The Net Capital Gain (CGT) field is intentionally blank as we do not know your financial circumstances and therefore cannot calculate this for you.
How do I download my tax statement?
To view on the Raiz app: Go to My Settings > Statements > Tax Reports and then open your statement in a web browser or request a pdf copy to be emailed to you.
To view on the desktop webapp: Go to My Settings > Statements > Tax Reports and then download your statement as a pdf or open it in your web browser.
How do I use my tax statement?
If you are completing the ATO’s paper tax return form, the codes in the last column of your Raiz tax statement match the labels for the relevant sections on that form.
If you are completing the tax return online through MyTax, the information in the tax statement will not be pre-loaded on the MyTax system. Please refer to this guide, which explains how to fill out your myTax return using the information on your Raiz tax statement.
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