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Cranbourne residents feeling lost this tax season can get a little help from the Australian Tax Office thanks to a pop-up kiosk in Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre.
The kiosk will be set up inside the shopping centre from Monday 4 September to Saturday 9 September to help local residents get the most out of the ATO’s digital products and services.
Assistant Commissioner Kath Anderson said the kiosks will allow people to get a better understanding of ATO products and how they can maximise their tax return.
“Our staff will be at each pop-up office to provide helpful tutorials and on the spot demonstrations,” she said.
“In addition to online tax lodgements, we also have a range of other online services to help people manage their tax and super affairs, including our myDeductions tool in the ATO app.”
“MyDeductions allows you to snap, save and store your individual income tax deductions in one convenient place.
“It is a great way to keep track of your expenses without having to worry about lost and faded receipts.”
For more information on our pop-up kiosks, visit ato.gov.au/popup or visit Facebook and search Cranbourne pop-up office.
The pop-up kiosk in Cranbourne will be available between 9am and 5.30pm Monday to Wednesday, open until 9pm on Thursday and Friday as well as open 9am to 5pm on Saturday.

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