According to a Government Gazzette, the ATO are going to match over 30 million records with its 11.3 million individuals to ensure taxpayers are correctly meeting their tax obligation in regards to property.

The ATO will be attaining property transactions from September 1985 to June 2017 from sources including the state revenue offices, rental bond authorities and land title offices.

Data items that will be obtained include names of landlords, lease periods, amounts of rental bond, rents payable, dates of property transfers, names of transferors and transferees and valuation details.

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