Find out if your business is entitled to an ABN. It's free and you can apply online. Registering for an ABN is not compulsory, but you will need one to register for the GST.
Find out the 5 key steps for setting up your business including deciding on business type and structure, registering your business name, applying for an ABN and understanding taxation and finance.
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There are a number of taxes that you may be required to register for depending on the size and main activities of your business. When you registered for an ABN you may have also registered for some other taxes (such as GST). It’s important to check that you have all the right registrations in place. You may need to add or cancel registrations as your business grows and changes.
If your business name is no longer required when selling, closing or changing your business, you'll need to tell the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
You'll need to register as a company if you decide it's the best structure for your business. It has different legal, financial and record keeping responsibilities than other structures. Find out how to register a company, get an ACN and apply for a company name.
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The taxes you must register for depend on the type of business you’re starting. Some tax registrations apply to all businesses and others may be compulsory depending on your business’ size and type.
Your domain name is your website address on the internet and gives you an online identity or brand. Find out how to register a domain name for your business.
A TFN is a unique number issued by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) to individuals and organisations to help manage tax and other government services. The type of TFN that you need however, can depend on your business structure.