Navigating the aged care system
Thursday 23 November 2023 at 11:00 am AEDT
The aged care system is notoriously complex. This webinar will outline the aged care landscape including how to access help in the home or get into residential aged care and the costs involved.
Q: I’m filling out my ‘notice of intent to claim’ for fy23 and I have some questions. This is only the second time I’ve used this form.
If I have made personal contributions previous financial years and have never claimed them can I retroactively claim them?
If I can how far back can I go?
A: No, you can’t claim deductions for contributions made in previous financial years. Your notice of intent to claim a deduction must be submitted by the day you submit your tax return for the financial year you made the contribution, or by the end of the following financial year, whichever comes first.
There is no way to claim deductions for contributions made in 2021-22 or prior because the end of the financial year following those years has already passed.
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