Information for driver-partners in Australia
Useful tax information is available on your Tax Summaries which you can access through your partner dashboard. We want to help you understand and meet your tax obligations, but it’s important to note that Uber is unable to provide tax advice and is not responsible for your compliance with your tax obligations.
Where to find your tax information
You can find tax information on your Uber profile – We will notify you as soon as your annual Tax Summary is available.
- Log into drivers.uber.com
- Click on “Tax Summary”
- Select the relevant statement
Your Tax Summary document includes helpful information such as:
- Your total earnings (gross fares)
- Potential business expenses (e.g. service fee, booking fee, mileage etc.)
Remember that the material on this page is for informational purposes only and is not intended to constitute legal, financial, tax, or other advice. Please consult your legal adviser or financial adviser to obtain advice with respect to your particular situation.
Rideshare terms and definitions
- Gross Uber rides fares
- Split fare fee
- Airport fee
- City fee
- Booking fee
- Miscellaneous in the “Fare Breakdown” section
- Tolls Reimbursement
- Miscellaneous (in the “Other Income Breakdown” section)
- Uber service fee (transportation leads)
- Other charges from Uber
- Charges from 3rd parties (Tolls / Airports / Government)
- On-trip mileage
Uploading your ABN and GST registration details
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Australian rideshare tax requirements
Useful information and FAQs to help you understand and meet your obligations.
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We know understanding your tax obligations and completing your tax return can be challenging and stressful. Watch the Airtax webinar to learn more about your tax obligations.
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