Private Health Insurance Statements
Feb 18, 6 months ago

Private Health Insurance Statements

Taxpayers with private health insurance should be aware that insurance providers are no longer required to provide statements to their members.

Previously, health insurers were required to send a private health insurance statement to each adult covered by the policy by 15 July each year, but it is now optional for them to send this information.

Taxpayers lodging their tax returns using a registered tax agent should have their health insurance details ‘pre-filled’ into their return (but they will need to contact their health insurer if they cannot get this information for some reason).

Should you have any queries in regards to the above article, please do not hesitate to contact our office on 02 4958 1829 or email our Client Support Manager on email@davidobrien.com.

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