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    Default Etax and spouse's income

    I am just doing dh's tax return on etax but it seems i can't continue because I don't know my own taxable income yet? Is this correct?

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    Pretty sure it is. That's why XH and I always did tax with accountant at the same time.

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    I left it blank and then they messaged me for an estimated amount.

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    Could you do yours on etax too? That way you'd know how much your taxable income was.

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    I can't leave it blank, it says to put an amount or zero. Do you think I could estimate it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maybenumber3 View Post
    Could you do yours on etax too? That way you'd know how much your taxable income was.
    No, mine is complicated and I am late with my BAS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Refresh View Post
    No, mine is complicated and I am late with my BAS
    Bummer

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    Just estimate it and then send them a message stating you don't know the actual amount yet

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    Oh, do you think that would be ok??


 

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