Waive of Fees for Small Business – NSW

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In NSW - Waive of Fees for Small Businesses in vulnerable sectors like bars, cafes, restaurants and tradespeople.

The NSW government is planning to do away with fees and charges affecting small businesses that are in vulnerable sectors. Examples are bars, cafes, restaurants and tradespeople.

$80 million is to be the cost for these measures and will be administered through Service NSW.

The exact fees and duration are still to be announced.

Links to Government Resources

FAQs

Small businesses in vulnerable sectors should qualify, e.g. bars, cafes, restaurants and tradespeople.

The exact range of fees that will be waived are not known yet, but will be administered through Service NSW.

It is not known when this will come in effect. Keep checking as more details will be posted once they are available.

Waive of Fees for Small Business - NSW - Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What small businesses are eligible to receive support?

Small businesses in vulnerable sectors should qualify, e.g. bars, cafes, restaurants and tradespeople.

What do I need to do to access the package?

The exact range of fees that will be waived are not known yet, but will be administered through Service NSW.

When will these measures come into effect?

It is not known when this will come in effect. Keep checking as more details will be posted once they are available.

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