2023 Payroll tax

Revenue NSW payroll tax reviews and audits with respect to contractor provisions

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 18 May 2023


Revenue NSW continues with its payroll tax reviews and audits of clients across NSW. This presentation focuses on the healthcare industry where an increased level of audit/review activity has been observed.

The presentation also covers the main issues arising from the audits and later litigated in recent case law in respect of the application of the payroll tax provisions and how they affect clients in these industries.

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Author(s): William Calokerinos


  • Published By: William Calokerinos
  • Published On:18 May 2023
  • Took place at:Sofitel Sydney Wentworth

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