• Registration of Business Structures, such as Companies, Partnerships & Trusts
  • ASIC Business Name Registration & Renewals
  • Managing Changes
  • TFN & ABN Registration
  • GST Registration
What is Tax File Number (TFN)?

A tax file number (TFN) is your personal reference number in the tax and superannuation systems. If you don’t have a TFN, your employer or financial institution must withhold more tax from payments they make to you. Without a TFN, you:

  • can’t apply for government benefits or allowances, such as JobSeeker
  • can’t lodge your tax return online
  • can’t apply for an Australian business number (ABN)
What is Australian Business Number (ABN)?

An ABN is a number that identifies your business. Its a unique 11 digit number that identifies your business to the government and community. You can use an ABN to:

  • identify your business to others when ordering and invoicing
  • avoid pay as you go (PAYG) tax on payments you get
  • claim goods and services tax (GST) credits
  • claim energy grants credits
  • get an Australian domain name

Source: ATO

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