Payroll tax online

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The Duties, OSR Calculators and Jobs Action Plan online services will be unavailable between 12.00pm and 6.00pm on Sunday, 26 March due to scheduled maintenance. We apologise for any inconvenience.

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has recently detected cases of identity thieves fraudulently obtaining AUSkeys linked to legitimate businesses. Visit the Australian Taxation Office for more information.

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Register for payroll tax

If you or the company you represent has wages that exceed the payroll tax threshold, you will need to register for payroll tax.

Annual reconciliation

You need to lodge your payroll tax annual reconciliation and if required, make payment by 21 July 2016.

Monthly calculator

The monthly calculator assists you to work out your monthly tax payable. You do not have to submit this calculation.

Important: Your monthly payment (July to May) or 'nil' remittance is due seven days after the end of each month, or the next business day if the seventh day is a weekend or public holiday.

Payroll tax online

If you are registered for payroll tax, you can use Payroll tax online to:

  • lodge your nil return
  • change your details, including grouping and banking
  • register for online payment
  • cancel your registration and direct debit payments
  • view your payment history, return history summary, payment options and payment codes.

You can log in using your AUSkey, which is a secure login that identifies you when you use participating government online services on behalf of a business. We do not permit intermediaries to use AUSkey to log in on behalf of clients. You can find more information about AUSkey on the Australian Taxation Office site and information about registering for an AUSkey on the Australian Business Register site.

Job Action Plan and Fresh Start Support

To be eligible for the schemes, you must be registered as an employer and paying payroll tax in NSW.

Register for the Jobs Action Plan and Fresh Start Support schemes.

Last updated: 17 February 2016