How To Change Address With The Australian Tax Office (ATO)

Everything you need to know

Change Your Address With The ATO

Whether you’re moving home or your business, it’s no small task. With so many things to think about, informing outside parties and organisations may just slip your mind. From service providers, utilities and local authorities, there’s a lot to keep track of.
One of these necessary authorities is the Australian Tax Office.

So, if you’re looking to change your address, either as an individual or a business here’s what you need to do:

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For Individuals

For individuals, the process is quite a bit simpler than it is for business. All you need to do is visit https://www.ato.gov.au/Individuals/Ind/Change-of-details-for-individuals/, follow the instructions you see there, and fill in the form. You can even add or update a legal representative, but this will require you to nominate them. You can see more about that here – https://www.ato.gov.au/uploadedFiles/Content/CAS/downloads/IND17623Nomination_of_a_legal_representatives_to_act_on_behalf_of_an_individual.pdf.

Many personal details can also be updated online such as your:

For Businesses

Commercials and businesses that want to change their address with the ATO have a little more work to do. For starters, they must notify the ATO about any relevant changes in their circumstances, such as key personal, business activities, or if the organisation is going to be shut down.

Other things to notify the ATO

Also, you are required by law to inform the Registrar of the Australian Business Register within 28 days of any changes in your registered details, including:

You can update your details here

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