Customers can now establish a Stimulus Payment Arrangement for up to 24 months and will have the option to include tax payable from the 2019/20 annual reconciliation and any monthly liabilities for the July, August and September 2020 return periods.
To be eligible for the Stimulus payment arrangement, you are required to have lodged your 2019/20 annual reconciliation or have a Payroll tax liability start date between 1 July 2020 and 30 September 2020.
Customers can choose to make weekly, fortnightly or monthly repayments and the payment arrangement will include a period of up to 12 months interest free. After that initial period, interest will be charged at the applicable rate.
The option to establish a Stimulus Payment Arrangement will only be available between 26 October 2020 and 29 November 2020.
To access the online portal, you will need to use your Client and Correspondence id’s. These can be found on any recent letter or assessment issued by Revenue NSW.
Once you have setup a payment plan, you can access the portal to:
Only outstanding tax payable from the 2019/20 annual reconciliation and monthly liabilities for the July, August and September 2020 periods can be included in this arrangement.
However if you are having difficulty meeting your monthly Payroll tax obligations, please contact our Payroll tax team on 1300 139 815 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss options.
The Stimulus Payment Arrangement will not impact or replace any existing payment arrangements that have been negotiated with our Tax debt team.
The payment methods available are Direct debit, Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), BPAY and credit card.
Customers will have the option of setting up a direct debit arrangement within the portal. However, if you are already registered for direct debit for Payroll tax, your bank details will automatically be displayed if you choose that payment option.
Be aware that if you change or cancel your direct debit payment details in the Stimulus Payment Arrangement portal, these changes will also be applied to all of your Payroll tax direct debit arrangements.
The minimum debt value that can be included in a Stimulus Payment Arrangement is $200 and the minimum amount payable for each instalment is $50.
If you default on a payment, the Stimulus Payment Arrangement may be revoked, and the amount outstanding will be become payable in full.
If you are having difficulties adhering to the plan, contact the Payroll Tax team on 1300 139 815 to discuss your options.