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What's it like to be a Business Activity Statement Agent?
As a BAS Agent (Business Activity Statement Agent) you will work as a qualified professional, preparing, lodging and revising business activity statements on behalf of your clients.
Tasks and duties
- Preparing, lodging, viewing and printing business activity statements on behalf of your clients.
- Updating your clients’ registration details.
- Reviewing client account information.
- Making payment plans and printing payment slips on behalf of your clients.
- Communicating with the Australian Taxation Office on behalf of your clients.
How to become a Business Activity Statement Agent
To become a Registered BAS Agent, you must satisfy certain qualifications and experience requirements, which are set out in the Tax Agent Services Regulations 2009 (TASR). There are two pathways to becoming a BAS Agent.
- Complete a Certificate IV in financial services (or a higher award), such as the Certificate IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping (FNS40217) from a registered training organisation or an equivalent institution.
- Complete a Board approved course in GST/BAS taxation principles.
- Complete 1,400 hours of relevant experience in the past four years.
- Alternatively, you may be a voting member of a recognised BAS or tax agent association, in which case you will only need to complete 1,000 hours of relevant experience in the past four years.
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Latest Business Activity Statement Agent reviews
Latest review from 1 Business Activity Statement Agent surveyed on SEEK.
BAS Preparation for Self Employed
Certificate IV in Financial Services (Accounting)
Small (1-19 employees)
The good things
Flexible working hours, remote work opportunities, family friendly hours, attractive salary.
Labour intensive, repetitive tasks, no passive income stream.
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