If you disagree with a decision or an assessment that has been issued, you can lodge a written dispute or an objection with us.
A matter is a dispute when it relates to:
To challenge any other aspect of a decision made or assessment issued, you can lodge an objection.
You must lodge your dispute in writing, providing all necessary details to support your case.
An objection is a disagreement with an assessment or decision made by Revenue NSW.
If you are not satisfied with an assessment or any decision made by the Chief Commissioner of State Revenue you can lodge an objection.
Part 10, Division 1 of the Taxation Administration Act 1996 provides that an objection must:
Before you start, read about objections and reviews, including:
You can lodge your dispute or objection by sending an email.