If you own, represent, or are purchasing a business, the following information will assist you in understanding any related taxes and duties that may be payable or any rebates that may be available.
A Job Accelerator Grant Scheme has been established to encourage South Australian businesses to employ additional full-time, part-time and casual employees, and maintain them for at least 12 months. Businesses that increase their number of South Australian employees may be eligible to receive a grant for each additional worker employed by them in a new position between 1 July 2016 and 30 June 2018.
See the Job Accelerator Grant Scheme pages for more information.
If your business pays, or is part of a group of businesses which has a wages bill in excess of $600 000 you may be liable for payroll tax.
See the Payroll Tax pages for more information.
As a business you may be liable for stamp duty on certain documents and transactions.
See the Stamp Duty pages for more information.
Land tax is an annual tax which applies to all properties in South Australia, however there are tax-free thresholds and exemptions which exclude a number of properties from the tax.
See the Land Tax pages for more information.
The Emergency Services Levy is a levy on all real estate in South Australia and some vehicles for funding emergency services across the state so they can continue to save lives and property.
See the Emergency Service Levy pages for more information.
If you or your company carries on any insurance business in South Australia, you must hold an Annual Licence and lodge returns.
See the Stamp Duty on Insurance pages for more information.
RevNet is our Internet based system which allows an easy, flexible and more effective way for you to do business with RevenueSA.
See the RevNet pages for more information.