If you followed our tax week advice and used e-Tax to submit your return, chances are pretty good you've already received a refund if you're due one. According to the ATO, it has received 2.09 million returns as of July 29, and has issued notices of assessment (with refunds if applicable) for 1.25 million of them. Given that almost a third of the total were received between July 24 and July 29, that means the goal of processing 94% of electronics returns within 14 days is likely to be met (and that's a big turnaround from the delays earlier in the year). [ATO]
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