435,425 customers with an outstanding tax return
The Child Supporty Inquiry (2014) stated that there were 435,425 customers with an outstanding tax return. Not having a current and ‘actual’ income assessment erodes the integrity of the Child Support Scheme whilst the decision not to lodge an annual tax return is to avoid and or minimise child support.
We invite families affected by the practice of not lodging a tax return to upload their experience. The purpose is to put a spotlight on this practice, to raise community awareness, and to be part of a national effort that is seeking change.