Are you missing some money? Maybe you are and you don’t even know it.
Many Australians have money being held in their name that they don’t know about. Could some of it be yours?
To find out if you have some missing money, check out these links:
If you’ve ever had a bank account, parcel of shares or life insurance policy that you lost track of, chances are that your money ended up with the federal government’s Unclaimed Money Register which is maintained by ASIC.
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Any refunds owed to you by a business might have been sent to the state if the business couldn’t find you. Very commonly insurance refunds, rego refunds and utilities refunds end up here when people move – and these people will never know unless they go and search their name.
Search Queensland Unclaimed Money
Search New South Wales Unclaimed Money
Search Victoria Unclaimed Money
Search South Australia Unclaimed Money
Search Western Australia Unclaimed Money
Search Northern Territory Unclaimed Money
If you’ve had a lot of employers and never kept up with where they’re sending your superannuation you could have many accounts out there. The ATO now maintains records on all your super accounts and you can easily see them all and consolidate them using the government service myGov.
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Often records which are sent to the Lost Money Registers are incomplete or poorly formatted. Remember to try all combinations of your name, your company names and buisness names.
If you would like help to search these registers or you would like us to sign up a myGov account for you, please contact us.
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If you buy an asset by 30 June and it costs less than $20,000, you can write off the business portion in your 2018 tax return.
Are you running behind on employee superannuation payments?
If so, you’re in luck.
Kelly O’Dwyer, Minister for Revenue and Financial Services, has just announced a Superannuation Guarantee Amnesty.
You have 12 months to get your unpaid super in order.