ATO – What attracts our audit attention
To help you taxpayers get things right, you should consider the behaviours, characteristics and tax issues t
Until 30 June 2015, to qualify for the zone tax offset you must have lived or worked in a remote area (not necessarily continuously) for:
From 1 July 2015, there is an additional requirement for your usual place of residence to be in the zone.
If you lived in a zone for less than 183 days in the current income year, you may still be able to claim a tax offset as long as you lived in a zone for a continuous period of less than five years and: