NDIS Tax Invoice Requirements
Your NDIS Tax invoice requirements are fairly simple to complete. After you or your business have provided a service to a participant to get paid for your services you need to complete a tax invoice and submit this to either the participant, plan manager or NDIA. To provide a correct NDIS tax invoice when claiming funds from a plan, a provider needs to ensure their invoices are compliant under both the NDIS rules and Australian taxation office.
Invoices should contain:
- A unique invoice number for the provider.
- provider’s NDIS business name
- provider’s ABN
- providers contact details
- participant’s name and NDIS number
- support item number listed in the NDIS Support Catalogue (this isn’t mandatory but ensures your invoice is claimed from the intended category)
- amount and quantity claimed for each unit of the support provided for example, $51.09 each x 2 units
- date(s) the support(s) was delivered
- total invoice amount
- GST component if applicable (most services are GST free).
- an invoice can only be for one participant, but can include multiple supports