Compliance Activity Results

​​​​​The following is an overview of revenue detected through State Revenue Office's (SRO) compliance activities.

 

2018-19

Revenue detected: $3.5 million

Penalties applied: $350 000

Interest charged: $164 000

Refunds: $20 000

Increased revenue for current financial year: $167 000

Issues identified and focus areas

During 2018-19, the SRO focused on i) incorrectly-classified properties for land tax, ii) non-registered organisations and company grouping for payroll tax, and iii) First Home Owner Grant residency confirmations.

 

2017-18

Revenue detected: $7.4 million

Penalties applied: $718 000

Interest charged: $275 000

Refunds: $113 000

Increased revenue for current financial year: $519 000

Issues identified and focus areas

During 2017-18, the SRO focused on and revenue was detected from i) incorrectly-classified properties for land tax, and ii) undeclared wages and fringe benefits for payroll tax.

 

2016-17

Revenue detected: $9.6 million

Penalties applied: $1 115 000

Interest charged: $392 000

Refunds: $107 000

Increased revenue for current financial year: $1.7 million​

Issues identified and focus areas

During 2016-17, the SRO focused on and the revenue was detected from i) incorrectly classified properties for land tax and

ii) undeclared wages, non-registered organisations and company grouping for payroll tax.

 

2015-16

Revenue detected: $7.4 million

Penalties applied: $790 000

Interest charged: $371 000

Refunds: $109 000

Increased revenue for current financial year: $1.3 million

Issues identified and focus areas

During 2015-16, the SRO focused n and Revenue was detected from i) incorrectly classified properties for land tax and              ii) undeclared wages and non registered organisations for payroll tax.


2014-15

Revenue detected: $3.8 million

Penalties applied: $300 000

Interest charged: $170 000

Refunds: $71 000

Increased revenue for current financial year: $2.4 million

Revenue confirmed as correctly reported by the compliance teams: $10.6 million

Issues identified and focus areas

During 2014-15, the SRO focused on and the revenue was detected from i) land tax property classifications amd ii) large payroll tax registered organisations. 


 

2013-14

Revenue detected: $5.4 million

Penalties applied: $358 000

Interest charged: $250 000

Refunds: $163 000

Increased revenue for current financial year: $1.7 million

Issues identified and focus areas

In 2013-14, the SRO focused on and revenue was detected from i) incorrectly classified properties for land tax and

ii) undeclared wages and company grouping for payroll tax.

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