NSW payroll tax 2016
2018 State Revenue Update
2018 Payroll tax seminar notes
State Taxes 2015 Seminar Notes
State Taxes 2016 Seminar Notes
2018 Payroll Tax Annual Reconciliation
Application form for non-profit organisations with a charitable, benevolent, philanthropic or patriotic purpose. Approved exemptions are reviewed every 3 years.
The signed agreement between State and Territory Treasurers to overhaul payroll tax arrangements and achieve greater legislative and administrative harmonisation.
Use this form to nominate a group single lodger responsible for lodging and paying payroll tax on behalf of all members of the group.
This declaration to be made by the employment agent closest to the ultimate client of the labour provided by the service provider.
Use this form if you are objecting to a Payroll Tax Notice of Assessment, or a written decision made by the Chief Commissioner.
Only one member of the group can claim the group’s NSW threshold entitlement. From the effective date, any previous nominations will be revoked.
If your businesses are related corporations under the Corporations Act 2001, you cannot apply for an exclusion from grouping. Evidence must be provided to show the businesses run independently.
The employment agent is liable for payroll tax on all payments made to the service provider unless this declaration has been completed by the client and given to the employment agent.
If this form is completed in accordance with the Payroll Tax Act 2007, a principal contractor is relieved of liability for payroll tax payable by the subcontractor.
Information for employers on the NSW payroll tax 2015. Payroll tax is paid by NSW employers whose wages exceed their threshold deduction for the financial year.
NSW payroll tax 2017 Payroll tax is paid by NSW employers whose wages exceed the threshold deduction for the financial year. The threshold deduction for 2017 is $750 000 and payroll tax is payable on the balance of the wages at a rate of 5.45 per cent. Threshold deductions exist in all states and territories.