No paper PAYG and GST quarterly instalment notices

The ATO is no longer issuing paper instalment notices for PAYG and GST quarterly instalments once an activity statement or instalment notice is lodged, revised or varied electronically through:

  • Online services for agents (OSfA)
  • Practitioner lodgment service (PLS)
  • Standard Business Reporting enabled software
  • Business Portal; or
  • When a client links their myGov account to the ATO.

You can now access these instalment notices online three to four days after the activity statement generate date, by downloading within your PLS software, or in OSfA via the Client summary For action screen or Lodgments menu.

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