How to lodge with ASIC

 

See also:

Updating business name details

Lodging disclosure documents

Unclaimed money

How to complain

Applying for relief

Companies

There are a number of ways you can lodge company information with us:

Appoint an agent to represent your company

Find out about registered agents.

Lodge online

To check and change company details online you must first register for access

You need to have a corporate key to register for access.

Find out more about online lodgement.

Fill in a paper form

We also provide forms to use in other situations to help you ensure that all the necessary information is included.

Paper forms must be signed and as added security some may also require your corporate key to be included on them.

Forms for common company changes | Where and how to lodge paper forms

Where to get copies of forms

You can search for an ASIC form or view a list of forms.

Lodge changes using forms on an interactive CD-ROM

Our publisher, Thomson Reuters, has produced an interactive CD-ROM, ASIC Forms on CD-ROM. The CD has templates of the most commonly lodged ASIC forms. The templates cannot be altered, ensuring that they always meet ASIC requirements. Forms (blank or filled in) may be printed or saved. As soon as a new form has been released or an existing form changed you will receive an email directing you to a password-protected webpage where you can download the new forms.

For more details contact the publisher, Thomson Reuters, ph 1300 304 197, email or visit the Thomson Reuters website.

Lodge changes using forms downloaded from business.gov.au

You can also access company forms from business.gov.au at GovForms.

This is a Federal Government initiative offering a range of value-added features that will assist business to discover, manage and complete Federal, State and Local government transactions through a single entry point.

What is an ASIC key?

Your ASIC key is a unique number used in ASIC Connect that helps us establish your identity and protects your business information by making sure only you, and those you have authorised can access it.

Learn more about ASIC keys

What is an AUSkey?

AUSkey is a single key to access government online services. In the future, you may no longer need different user IDs and passwords as AUSkey becomes accepted by more government agencies for their online services.

Learn more about AUSkeys

What is a corporate key?

A corporate key is an 8-digit number uniquely associated with a company’s ACN. Your company needs only one corporate key.

Learn more about corporate keys

Last updated: 29/10/2014 07:11