Export GST Return

GST Refund for Exports
GST is a broad based tax of 10% on most goods, services and other items sold or consumed in Australia. When you export goods to overseas, there are no GST components included, so you can claim 10% GST back in most goods and services excluding basic food/water/raw material.

 

ATO has a rule for export goods refunds which is defined as; if you export goods to overseas within 60 days of purchase, you are eligible to claim 10% GST back if those goods have GST. For examples, you purchase $1100 chocolate to export within 60 days, You are eligible to refund $100.

 

Hurstville Accountant provides this service for exporters. You can come to our office to discuss more details about these issues.

Some are not eligible
Most goods have 10% GST are very clear defined. However, it is easy to confuse in some case.

 

Case 1:   You sale Australia domestic tourist products to China, it cannot define export. Because end of day, Chinese tourist will come to Australia, the finial consumer place is in Australia.

 

Case 2: you sale Australia I-Tunes card to overseas, the finial consumer place is in Australia as well, you cannot claim GST back as well.

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