Payroll Tax (VIC) - Melbourne - 25 August 2009

Professional Development Group Melbourne


Payroll Tax

Presented by

Stephen Monkman,

Technical Advice & Review branch, State Revenue Office Victoria


This session is designed to bring tax practitioners up to date on Victorian Payroll Tax,

and will provide participants with an overview of Victorian Payroll tax legislation.

This presentation will aim to provide tax practitioners with a practical knowledge of how

to ensure that they can assist their clients to comply with Victorian Payroll tax legislation.


The topics covered will include:


¨                   When is a business required to register for Payroll Tax in VIC

¨                   How to register

¨                   Lodging of returns in the first year

¨                   Annual Reconciliation

¨                   What to do if a client has NOT registered

¨                   Penalty regime if not registered on time

¨                   Interstate Employees

¨                   Exemptions

¨                   Payments not subject to Payroll Tax


The session will conclude with Q & A, and where to go for more information


Name Sales End Price
Member   Ended $44
Non Member Ended $55

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