ATO (tax office) payments by credit card

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SemajAFF

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Is there any card that gives points for NSW OSR (i.e Land tax payments?)?
You could utilise Yak Pay with a VISA card at 1% - St George Amplify provides a pretty solid points earn on that front

Edit: as of today it looks like you also earn a bonus 1 QBR or Velocity Pt for every $7 you spend towards the ATO.
 
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kpc

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Have to pay NSW Land Tax...I think StG Amplify is no good anymore for points...is that right? How about BW World? Thanks
 

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I'm signing up now for pay.com.au. They're offering a free Premium trial for the first three months, although it doesn't include the Booking Concierge or Points Advice benefits during the free trial - just the lower transaction rates - and it's not actually possible to select a Free or Regular plan when signing up. So basically, you have to join as a Premium member but you can at least opt out of having this auto-renew (at $165/month) once the trial ends.

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tristanium

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Citi PayAll is a good option at the moment - fee free till Oct and can pay ATO via bank deposit. The max cap may mean not too useful for some of you ($35k/mo) but working for me.
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Citi PayAll is a good option at the moment - fee free till Oct and can pay ATO via bank deposit. The max cap may mean not too useful for some of you ($35k/mo) but working for me.
 

sumthinfornuthin

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St George cards are still good for points if you pay it through a 3rd party aggregator like we do (YP)
You can use AMEX with SNIIP........ 1.5% incl of GST for full points. Mine gives me 1.25 points per $.
1st choice is Australia Post Bill Pay with PAYPAL linked to AMEX
Then Qantas M/C
When maxed for month at full points I use St George Visa
If I can BPAY I use SNIIP @ 1.5 % inc
If I can't I use YAKPAY @ 1.1 % inc with St George

Racking up charges on payments with SNIIP & YAKPAY but I reckon it's worth it to use the points for Upgrades, not all might agree
 

mlob

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Just had 50,000 velocity points drop into my account from Yak for making a couple of tax payments and using Yak to pay my credit card. Not sure if this offer is still available but it was good timing for me.
 

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Citi PayAll is a good option at the moment - fee free till Oct and can pay ATO via bank deposit. The max cap may mean not too useful for some of you ($35k/mo) but working for me.
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Citi PayAll is a good option at the moment - fee free till Oct and can pay ATO via bank deposit. The max cap may mean not too useful for some of you ($35k/mo) but working for me.
Citi Payall seems to be a worthwhile option until October... 0.5 FF points per dollar for zero surcharges at all?
 

Flying Fox

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Unsure if this has been mentioned before but I have recently applied for this NAB card that specifically states -

Payments you make to the Australian Taxation Office will earn you Qantas Points at the same rate as regular everyday business purchases.

 
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twiningb

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Unsure if this has been mentioned before but I have recently applied for this NAB card that specifically states -

Payments you make to the Australian Taxation Office will earn you Qantas Points at the same rate as regular everyday business purchases.

Now we just needs something with zero FX fee which earns an actual valuable award currency!
 

albyd

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Can you switch from personal to business?

though am using sniip with Amex at the same merchant rate.
 

sumthinfornuthin

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Unsure if this has been mentioned before but I have recently applied for this NAB card that specifically states -

Payments you make to the Australian Taxation Office will earn you Qantas Points at the same rate as regular everyday business purchases.

What is the earn rate and annual fee please ??
 
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