The NSW Small Business Fees and Charges Rebate has increased once again to a total of $3,000 and now includes NSW Road Tolls and a 50 per cent rebate on the cost of Rapid Antigen Tests (RATs). The scheme ends on 30 June 2022 so this is a reminder to ensure you lodge all your claims in time to take advantage of the rebate.
The scheme provide eligble small businesses and not-for-profits with a digital rebate capped at $3,000 to help cover the costs of a range of business related charges and fees incurred between 1 March 2021 to 30 June 2022 including:
Click here for a full list of all eligible fees and charges.
Multiple claims can be made be made via your Businesses Service NSW Business Profile Account up to the $3,000 rebate cap. Supporting documentation is required with each claim including fee notices, E-toll statements, and receipts for RAT tests.
To be eligible, the small business must hold an ABN, be operating in NSW, and have total Australian wages below $1.2million in the 2020-2021 year. Small businesses where passive income such as rent, interest, dividends is more than 50% of business income are not eligible for the rebate.
To register for the rebate head over to the Service NSW website. If you have already registered your Service NSW Business Profile, your account will be topped up automatically with the additional amount.
If you need any assistance with the eligibility criteria or your application, please contact us.
– Jenny Booth
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