RevenueSA has developed an Internet based service called RevNet that allows an easy, flexible and more efficient way for you to do business with RevenueSA. The facility allows you to calculate, lodge and make your payroll tax payments online.
All payments made in RevNet are via an electronic transfer of funds from your nominated bank account. The electronic payment is initiated by a user within RevNet. RevenueSA does not independently access a taxpayer's bank account.
If you wish to register for this facility please complete the application form.
EFT is a system which allows businesses to make payments electronically. If you have access to a Third Party/Pay Anyone option through your internet banking facility, you can make payments by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT).
If you choose to make payments via this method you are required to register in order to obtain access to the RevNet EFT Facility. Once registered your nominated Administrators will be provided with login details. You must log into RevNet to complete an expected EFT return each month before you are able to obtain an EFT Payment Advice containing the BSB, Account Number and Payment Reference Number.
The Payment Reference Number changes for each return period. You must use the correct Payment Reference Number for the return period when making your payment. If you do not use the correct number, your payment may not be applied as intended and non-payment penalties and bank fees may result. The correct Payment Reference Number for each return period is only provided to you after you submit an expected EFT return on RevNet.
Once an EFT Payment Advice is generated you will be able to use the details to make payment via EFT with your financial institution.
The RevNet Payroll Tax Electronic Funds Transfer facility also allows a Nil return to be lodged if there is no payroll tax liability for a particular month.
There is no need to submit the payment slip for the period if you pay by EFT.
If you wish to register for this facility please complete the application form
BPAY is an electronic bill payment service offered by Australia's leading financial institutions. BPAY gives you the option of paying your taxes over the phone or Internet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For more information please visit the BPAY website.
If you choose to make payment via BPAY it is important that you use the correct Biller Code and Reference Number printed on your Payroll Tax Payment Slip or Assessment Payment Advice. This will ensure correct allocation of your payment. If you do not use the correct number, your payment may not be applied as intended and penalties may result. Please note that a different reference number is provided for each return period.
There is no need to submit the payment slip for the period if you pay via BPAY unless your organisation does not have a liability for that period, in which case a NIL return is required.
BPAY payments for payroll tax from a credit account will not be accepted.
®Registered to BPAY Pty Ltd ABN 69 079 137 518
Cheque payments should be made payable to the "Commissioner of State Taxation" You can submit cheque payments by mail, in person and by courier. In all cases your cheque must be accompanied with your Payroll Tax Payment Slip or Assessment Payment Advice.
GPO BOX 2418
ADELAIDE SA 5001
In person or by courier:
State Administration Centre
Taxpayer Hall, Ground Floor
200 Victoria Square East
ADELAIDE SA 5000
Payroll Tax refunds are issued by cheque posted to your organisation's nominated address.
Payroll Tax refunds can also be received via direct credit. To receive refunds directly to your nominated bank account please complete the application form. RevenueSA does not independently access a taxpayer’s bank account.
Some of the benefits of receiving refunds electronically include: