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ABN and GST registration

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Find information and frequently asked questions about registering for and uploading your ABN and GST details.

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How to Upload an ABN

1

Apply for an ABN if you do not have one

If you haven’t already, you can register for GST via the Australian Tax Office (ATO) website. Alternatively, you can do this through services like AirTax, which are free of charge.

2

Login into your account

Once logged in, navigate to the dashboard menu by clicking your name/icon in the top right. From the dropdown menu, select 'Partner Earnings’. From there, you will see a number of topics across the top of the page. Click the 'Invoice Settings' tab.

3

Enter and submit your tax details

Enter the details for your registered ABN, including Company/Legal name, address and Australian Business Number. You will also need to acknowledge the disclaimer before you submit your details. After hitting submit, you should see a green banner confirming that your information was submitted successfully.

Frequently asked questions

  • Do I need to be GST registered?

    Australian business customers have asked for tax invoices for the trips taken on corporate accounts. Your ABN is needed to enable us to help generate a tax invoice on your behalf. To help facilitate this, Uber has updated its requirements so that driver-partners now must be GST registered and provide an Australian Business Number (ABN) and GST number in order to access the Uber app.

  • I already have an ABN and am registered for GST - how do I upload these details to my Uber account?

    There’s a section in your Partner Dashboard here where you can provide your ABN details and confirm that you are registered for GST. Simply log-in with your details, click the tab labelled “invoice settings” and scroll down to fill in the field marked “Australian Business Number (ABN)” and confirm that you are registered for GST.

    1. Log in to partners.uber.com
    2. Click the tab "invoice settings"
    3. Enter your ABN details into the field marked “Australian Business Number (ABN)”
    4. Tick the box to confirm you are registered for GST

    Please note that you must enter your ABN details correctly, tick the box and hit the ‘Submit’ button in order to save your ABN and GST registration details correctly. (You will see a red “Error” message at the top of your screen if your details have not saved correctly).

    Please note that even if you already have an ABN, this doesn't necessarily mean you are registered for GST. If you're unsure, please check your records or the ABN Lookup tool to determine your GST registration status.

  • How do I apply for an ABN and register for GST?

    It takes about 5 minutes to apply for an ABN and GST online, and it is free. You will need your TFN to complete the process.

    You can register for GST via the Australian Tax Office (ATO) website here.

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    Alternatively, you can do this through services like AirTax, which are free of charge.

    You can phone ATO at 139 226 (Monday to Friday, 8.00am–6.00pm) for assistance on your ABN application.

  • What are the benefits of registering for GST?

    You should be able to benefit from some of the provisions made for those registered for GST, such as being able to claim GST on petrol, car servicing and insurance. Visit the ATO's website for more information on this or, alternatively, speak to a tax professional who can advise on your personal circumstances.

  • Where can I find out more information?

    Go to the ATO’s website for more information, or alternatively you can call them on 139 226.

    If you have questions on what this means for you, we recommend speaking to a taxation professional who can give you tax advice specific to your situation.

  • I only deliver using Uber Eats - should I still upload my ABN and GST registration details to my partner account?

    If you have questions on whether you need to register for GST due to how you partner with Uber, we would recommend you contact the ATO or a taxation professional directly for advice. Please note, however, that if you are a delivery partner who uses the UberEATS app, and you do not provide ridesharing services, you should only need to register for GST if your income exceeds $75,000 per annum.

  • But I’ve uploaded my ABN to Uber before?

    You may have uploaded your ABN to your partner profile page before. However, because this is a new process, we now need you to to re-upload your ABN here to your partner account and to confirm you are registered for GST.

    Once this is complete, the Uber App will then be able to generate GST compliant invoices for riders on your behalf.

    1. Log in to partners.uber.com
    2. Click the tab "invoice settings"
    3. Enter your ABN details into the field marked “Australian Business Number (ABN)”
    4. Tick the box to confirm you are registered for GST

    Please note you must enter your ABN details correctly and tick the box to save your ABN and GST registration details.

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