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AUSkey for Tasmanian Payroll tax payers15969AUSkey is a single key for accessing government online services. It is common to all the government agencies participating in SBR-enabled reporting.23/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us AUSkey is the single secure online credential (or 'key') for business-to-government transactions You can use your AUSkey to 59htmlFalseaspx
Videos4558Property Transfer Certificate23/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us Tasmania produce videos to help you understand issues about a range of state taxes To view a video, firstly select the 53htmlFalseaspx
Insurance Duty Rulings1028223/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us Clarifies how life riders will be treated for insurance duty purposes under the Duties Act 2001 58htmlFalseaspx
Insurance Duty Guidelines1028123/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us Debt Management Guideline An outline of the State Revenue Office approach to debt management (Current) Duties Act 2001 72htmlFalseaspx
Complaints4613Information on how to make a complaint23/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us The State Revenue Office Taxpayer Charter sets out the standards of service you have a right to expect from us; and your 57htmlFalseaspx
Compliance Activity Results4182The following is an overview of revenue detected through the SRO's compliance activities.23/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us The following is an overview of revenue detected through the SRO's compliance activities During 2014-15, there was a focus 78htmlFalseaspx
Motor Vehicle Dealers Duty Exemption4423Motor vehicle dealers can apply for a renewable 12 month certificate exempting them from paying duty on registration, or transfer of registration, of trading stock23/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us Motor vehicle dealers can register vehicles (or transfer a vehicle's registration into their name) without having to pay 93htmlFalseaspx
Vacant land4432This page describes what is defined as vacant land and how to value vacant land.23/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us What is vacant land for land tax purposes The Valuer-General provides the Commissioner of State Revenue with data about 154htmlFalseaspx
Buying Shares4429This page provides information on how duty is assessed when you acquire shares.23/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us In most cases duty is not payable on the transfer of shares There are two specific exceptions where duty may be payable 134htmlFalseaspx
Employment Incentive Scheme (Payroll Tax Rebate) EISPR44427EISPR4 provides a payroll tax rebate for newly created, eligible positions.23/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us EISPR4 provides a Payroll Tax rebate to employers for new, eligible positions created on or after 30 June 2014 and on or 108htmlFalseaspx
Data Matching and Intelligence4183The SRO detects non-compliance in various ways, including regularly matching its own data against information held by local and national authorities23/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us and grant recipients are responsible for complying with their taxation and grant obligations respectively, and are 118htmlFalseaspx
Home Business Land Tax Concession4196A concession on Land Tax is available for Qualifying Home Businesses. Eligibility criteria apply.23/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us Land Tax is normally payable on the part of your principal residence where it is being used for business purposes 147htmlFalseaspx
Electricity Concessions forms5722Pensioner Rates Remission & Electricity Concessions Forms23/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us Annual Electricity Concession Application The Annual Electricity Concession provides a daily discount to eligible 67htmlFalseaspx
Insurance Duty Fact Sheets1607123/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us Duty on General Insurance Fact Sheet Information on the change in duty on premiums for General Insurance Investigations 94htmlFalseaspx
Highlighted compliance activities 2015-164184The State Revenue Office conducts regular compliance activities. In line with its Compliance Strategy, the following projects have been designed to treat risks and non-compliant behaviours.23/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us The State Revenue Office conducts regular compliance activities In line with our Compliance Strategy the following projects 77htmlFalseaspx
Ex Gratia Assistance for the Transfer of a Motor Vehicle as part of a Deceased Estate4422Ex gratia assistance for the transfer of a motor vehicle as part of a deceased estate, between 1 July 2016 and 7 May 201723/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us On 8 May 2017, the Taxation and Related Legislation (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act 2017 received Royal Assent 87htmlFalseaspx
Multiple property purchases (aggregation)4431This page provides information on when property transactions should be grouped together (aggregated) for the purposes of duty assessment.23/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us Where there is a series of, or multiple, transactions by the same transferee or transferee(s) who are associated persons 138htmlFalseaspx
Insurance Duty Calculator4425Calculate Insurance Duty23/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us - defined in Section 163 of the Duties Act 2001 The rate of duty for General Insurance is 10% of the premium paid including 242htmlFalseaspx
Webinars4559Information on education seminars for payroll tax23/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us The SRO presents webinars on Payroll Tax, Tasmanian Revenue Online, and other topical issues as they arise 99htmlFalseaspx
Land Rich Corporations1574123/10/2017 10:56:08 AMSearch Contact us Topics Search    Contact us Effective 6 December 2016 the Land-Rich provisions contained in the Chapter 3 of the Duties Act 2001 were replaced by new 136htmlFalseaspx

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