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If you worked in any of these countries, you could be due a Tax Refund

Australian tax refunds are pouring in

Eleven days have passed since the end of the Australian tax year and we’ve already processed hundreds of 2012 Australian tax refunds for gleeful customers.

There’s nothing nicer than the moment that money hits your bank account and you’re wondering what to spend it on. Will you put it towards something boring but essential like paying off your credit card? Or perhaps you’ll book your next holiday or merely go on a guilt-free shopping spree. Whatever you decide to spend it on, it’s bound to be a good feeling.

Lately, we’ve encountered a few people who worked Down Under for a couple of years and had absolutely no idea that they were eligible to claim any tax back. We nearly fell over ourselves with excitement in the rush to tell them that they could be due back a tidy sum.

Our average Australian tax refund is $2500 so it’s well worth applying. It’s free and absolutely no obligation to get an estimation from our tax return calculator so you can see what you’re owed before you decide to proceed or not. And don’t forget to tell your friends. If they all start getting money back, you’ll be quite a hero.