Membership Benefits

  • Maintain your knowledge and learn new skills
  • Engage with tax and super experts
  • Build your business and generate revenue
  • Increase your personal and business profile by being actively involved in the association
  • Be recognised. Join the industry by becoming a member of our Recognised Tax Association (RTA)
  • Gain essential information about the industry as it happens
  • Have an influence in the profession by providing feedback for submissions
  • Access to member only helpline calls, content and tools
  • Receive members discounts on our products and services and from our exclusive partners
  • Be part of a growing community
  • Access anytime on any device

  • With a community of more than 13,000 professionals, it pays to be a member.

    Membership with Tax & Super Australia (TSA) is the best way for tax and SMSF professionals to maintain their knowledge, liaise with experts and have a real influence in the profession. Members enjoy exclusive benefits, including publications that deliver practical insights, helpline access and discounts on our products and services.

    Contributions to CPD

    By reading our publications, listening to our tax podcasts or attending a tax webinars, tax seminar or our discussion groups, you’ll earn valuable CPD hours and points that contribute to your yearly quotas.

    All the tools and resources you need.

    Through our tax and super guides, professional journals, newsletters, case studies and worked examples, we provide tax education and training to help your clients and your practice with the latest tax and SMSF updates. With relevant and current information you can operate knowing you’ve got best practice behind you.

    Tax and super guides

    Our tax and super guides have been specifically designed to provide tax and super professionals with concise and practical information on all tax and SMSF laws. Filled with tips and examples, they are an invaluable tool for providing in-depth analysis and clear guidance.

    Tax Summary
    Tax Summary 2017

    Your comprehensive annual tax guide to the tax system with worked examples, checklists, flow charts and planning tips.

    Category: Print & Digital

    SMSF Manual
    SMSF Manual

    Filled with information and proven strategies, this super guide is an invaluable assistant for operating an SMSF and ensures compliance.

    Category: Print & Digital

    2022-23 Lodgment Rates and Thresholds Pocket Guide
    2016-17 Lodgment Rates and Thresholds Pocket Guide

    The 2022-23 Lodgment Rates and Thresholds Pocket Guide contains every tax rate and threshold in Australia’s tax system.

    Category: Print

    Industry updates

    By having a seat on and participating in various ATO and government forums, we obtain the latest information to keep you updated on what’s happening and how it affects you. When the ATO releases information, we dissect it and let you know how it will affect your clients.

    Tax and super helpline service

    Through our helpline service, you get direct access to our specialist tax and SMSF experts for guidance on how best to address complex issues.

    Questions people ask

    1. What is the difference between a registered tax agent and a non-registered tax agent? 

    There are significant penalties for anyone providing tax agent services for a fee or reward or advertising tax agent services while unregistered. Additionally, under the safe harbour provisions in the law, taxpayers using a registered tax agent may not be liable to some administrative penalties imposed by the ATO in certain circumstances.

    2. How to become a tax agent in Australia?

    To become a registered tax agent, individual applicants must satisfy certain qualifications and experience requirements of the TPB. For example, tertiary qualifications in accountancy with required relevant experience, diploma or higher award with increased relevant experience, as well as membership of a professional association such as Tax & Super Australia. We offer pathways to tax practitioner registration via our Fellow pathway or the Associate pathway.