UniSA Tax Details
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|Name:||University of South Australia|
|ABN Registration:||37 191 313 308|
|GST Registration date of effect:||From 1 July 2000|
- GST Concession date of effect:
- Income Tax Exemption date of effect:
From 1 July 2015
From 1 July 2000
|Deductible Gift Recipient Endorsement date of effect:||From 1 July 2000|
The University is an income tax exempt body and holds an endorsement as an income tax charitable entity under Subdivision 50-B of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997.
The University is endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient under item 1 of the table in section 30-15 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997.
The law provides that a donor may be eligible to claim a tax deduction for a donation exceeding $2 assuming certain conditions are met. For information on donating to the University, please visit Giving to UniSA.
For specific tax information relating to the operations of The University of South Australia Foundation, please visit UniSA Foundation Taxation Facts and FAQ.
The University is registered for the Deferred GST (DGST) scheme which
effectively defers the payment of GST on all taxable importations into
Australia. When goods are imported into Australia, GST is calculated and imposed
by the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (Customs) and the goods
will not be released until this GST (plus duty and other costs) are paid.
However, as UniSA is registered for the DGST, Customs will release the goods we import without requiring us to pay any additional GST at the time of claiming the goods. The GST that would have been payable is instead automatically collected by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) through our Business Activity Statement process.
Kristian Thoroughgood, Tax Accountant: Commercial Support, ext 21922