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Beware of scammers making phone calls about tax debts.
The NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal found that the primary production exemption didn’t apply to rural land maintained for future cattle-grazing purposes.
From 20 May 2019, new penalties and licence suspensions come into force for lower range drink driving offences, and for driving with the presence of an illicit drug.
An increase in emergency services levy contributions will go towards helping NSW firefighters access workers compensation entitlements when diagnosed with work-related cancers.
These practice notes will help you decide if payments made to contractors and payments made under an employment agency contract are liable for payroll tax.
This seminar is designed for licensee-in-charge and principals of real estate agencies to better understand their payroll tax obligations.
Our contact centre is closed from 19-22 April and most of our online services are unavailable from 20-22 April. You can still use online payment during this time.
Some internet service providers were unable to access some of our online services.
Scam emails advising customers of penalties issued for negligent driving and speeding are targeting citizens.
To confirm an email you've received about an overdue fine has been sent by Revenue NSW, log on to myEnforcement Order.
The caretaker period for the NSW Election commenced on 1 March 2019.
You may be eligible to get a refund on the motor vehicle duty
Get your land tax assessment notice by email.
Scam emails sending fake infringement notice are targeting citizens.
The NSW Government has introduced a 10-minute grace period for at least one hour of paid ticketed parking.
A range of payroll tax seminars and webinars are happening in February and March.
Our online portal is now available for you to lodge your return for the point of consumption tax. For your January 2019 return, you must lodge and pay by 21 February 2019.
Our new, improved website is now live. We’ve designed and written it with you in mind: our aim is to make it easy for you to find and understand the information you’re after.
The due date for the December 2018 payment has been extended to Monday, 14 January 2019.
From 1 July 2019, stamp duty on property will be pegged to Consumer Price Index.