Read more about HomeBuilder and other relief measures to help customers impacted by COVID-19.
The NSW Government has announced tax relief measures to help businesses impacted by COVID-19.
Some of our customers have been affected by the recent natural disasters. If this is you, the information below explains the range of options that are available.
Updates on your land tax assessment notice.
Explains how section 63 of the Duties Act 1997 operates and when the concession applies.
We're holding a series of webinars about land tax in February and March. Register now.
We're always working to improve the experience of land tax customers.
Deadline for amending affected trust deeds extended until 2020.
Payroll tax for December 2019 due on 14 January 2020.
New revenue ruling for Jobs Action Plan.
Wages for some firefighters exempt from payroll tax.
New revenue ruling for small business grants.
The eDuties online service is now available to solicitors, conveyancers and accountants.
Get help to pay your fines during the fire emergencies.
It's easy to manage your land tax online – just register.
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The NSW Government is launching a new crackdown on land tax compliance.
This Commissioner's practice note will assist trustees of discretionary trusts to determine whether the payroll tax grouping provisions apply to their circumstances.
Knowing what you need to do during complex life events can be a daunting experience. These guides can help.
The State revenue update seminars outline the latest tax changes handed down in the NSW Budget for 2019.