6 Month Payroll Tax Deferral – SA

Cash flow assistance for businesses

In SA - Businesses with Australian grouped payroll over $4 million can have their payroll tax from April to September deferred if they can demonstrate that they have been impacted by the outbreak of COVID-19.

Business groups with annual Australian grouped wages more than $4 million that can prove that they have been significantly impacted by the outbreak of COVID 19 will be able to defer their payroll tax payments for the months of April to September 2020 to October. This will need to be applied for.

An online application will be developed to apply for the payroll tax deferral.

Monthly payroll tax returns must still be lodged to capture wages for the month, with payment deferred to October 2020.

Deferral of your payroll tax liability will be shown as part of the Annual Reconciliation processes.

As the administrative arrangements are developed further information will be made available.

Key Dates:

To approved applicants, payroll tax payments for April to September 2020 will be deferred to October 2020.

FAQs

SA Businesses that have a payroll above $4 million can apply for this relief.

RevenueSA will develop an online application form so there is no need to do anything at this stage.

6 Month Payroll Tax Deferral - SA - Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What businesses in SA are eligible to receive the six month payroll tax deferral?

SA Businesses that have a payroll above $4 million can apply for this relief.

What do I need to do to access the payroll relief package?

RevenueSA will develop an online application form so there is no need to do anything at this stage.

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