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Australia only

This page relates to activity statements and forms the online compliance view. If you're preparing an FBT return, you'll need to create the return from the old view. Click Back to the old system to switch back to the old view.

There are a couple of ways you can prepare activity statements for your clients to meet their ATO obligations:

  • The preferred way is to Subscribe to ATO reports to create their ATO obligations. We'll check the Activity statement lodgement report (ASLRPT) daily and show any outstanding obligations for your client.
  • Manually create a new activity statement.

Whether you choose the automatic or manual option, you can pre-fill the activity statement with data from the ATO, including, where available:

  • form type
  • branch code
  • period
  • lodgment due date
  • any pre-determined ATO instalments.

Which fields you'll see in the activity statement depends on the type of activity statement the ATO is requesting. For more information, see Data in activity statements - AU

Before accessing or creating an activity statement

  •  In their client details, ensure that the client has:
    • an ABN or TFN
    • (if you don't use MYOB AE/AO) a WPN.
  • The client details in MYOB Practice need to match the client details in ATO Online. For example, the ABN, branch, and contact information.
  • An agent needs to be linked to the client.
  • If your client has an online AccountRight or Essentials file, you can link your client to their file on the Transaction processing page.

To access activity statements created daily from ATO obligations
  1. In MYOB Practice, click Clients on the left of the page.

  2. Select the client whose activity statement obligations you want to view.

  3. Click Compliance on the top menu bar.
  4. Click Not started.

    Any outstanding activity statement obligations have a status of Not started.

  5. Click the activity statement to open it. The activity statement gets pre-filled with data from the ATO when you open it.

  6. Ensure the amounts pre-filled from the ATO are correct.

To manually create a new activity statement
  1. In MYOB Practice, click Clients on the left of the page.

  2. Select the client that you want to create an activity statement for.

  3. Click Compliance on the top menu bar.
  4. Click Add new on the top right of the page.

  5. Complete the fields. The activity statement gets pre-filled with data from the ATO.

  6. Click Create. The activity statement appears in the client's Compliance list with an In progress status.

  7. Click the activity statement to open it.

  8. Ensure the amounts pre-filled from the ATO are correct.

To delete an activity statement (BAS and IAS only)

You can only delete BAS and IAS with the status:

  • Not started
  • In progress
  • In review
  • Fail to load.
  1. On the Compliance page, find the BAS or IAS that you want to delete.

  2. Click the ellipsis icon () and choose Delete. The message "Are you sure you want to delete this form and all its content?" appears.
  3. Click Delete.