Authority Update - NSW - Free state tax update and payroll tax annual reconciliation seminars

The Office of State Revenue is providing free seminars in Sydney metro and surrounding areas that will cover the NSW taxes updates and the Payroll Tax Annual Reconciliation.

The seminars will run from 22 June - 19 July in Sydney, Parramatta, North Sydney, Hornsby, Newcastle, Wollongong, Smithfield, Burwood, Blacktown, Castle Hill, Liverpool, Condell Park, Campbelltown, Mascot, Gymea, Penrith, West Ryde, Hurstville and Dee Why.

State Tax Update
The seminar covers recent amendments to legislation, as well as recent case law, for duties, grants, land tax and payroll tax. Any proposed changes as a result of the state budget will also be discussed.

Payroll Tax Annual Reconciliation
A demonstration of the online 2017 Annual Reconciliation will be presented along with an overview of NSW payroll tax liability, exemptions and rebates.

Payroll Tax Annual Reconciliation 2017 for New Clients
This seminar is tailored to newly registered payroll tax clients or those who are new to the position of calculating and remitting payroll tax. A wide range of payroll tax legislative and administrative issues will be covered. Details of the Jobs Action Plan $6,000 rebate will also be discussed.

For more details go to http://www.osr.nsw.gov.au/info/news/seminar-20170614

Or to register go to https://www.apps08.osr.nsw.gov.au/erevenue/sem/

If you have any questions about these seminars, please contact Arlene Fernandez on 02 9689 6138 or email client.education@osr.nsw.gov.au.

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