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July 06
Payroll tax June and annual adjustment return

​The payroll tax June and annual adjustment return is due to be lodged, and any tax paid, by 21 July. The return must be lodged through the INTRA system.

If you do not have a current user within your organisation, you can apply for user registration here. Due to increased demand at this time of year, you are strongly urged to have your application for user registration submitted by 14 July to allow sufficient time for processing before the return and payment is due.

May 02
2017-18 Budget Measures

​The 2017-18 Budget measures have been announced by the Treasurer and include changes to the stamp duty rate for the purchase of high value property and other miscellaneous amendments. For further information, view the Revenue Circular.

Revenue Circular – RC-GEN-019 2017-18 Budget Measures 

The Revenue and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2017 and accompanying Explanatory Statement provide for these amendments.

Revenue and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2017

February 09
Revenue Unit equal to $1.15 from 1 July 2017

​There is no change in the value of the revenue unit from 1 July 2017. Accordingly, the value of a revenue unit continues to be $1.15, its value since 1 July 2015.

Further information on the application of revenue units to calculating government fees and charges can be found at the Territory Revenue Office’s Revenue Units page.

January 17
Commissioner of Territory Revenue

​Grant Parsons has retired as Assistant Under Treasurer and Commissioner of Territory Revenue, effective 23 December 2016, and Mick Butler has been appointed Acting Commissioner subject to recruitment action being undertaken in due course.

By way of background, Mick has held various executive positions in the Department of Treasury and Finance and the former Department of Business, and was most recently employed in the role of Senior Director Revenue with the Territory Revenue Office.

January 10
Capital Recognition Deduction factors for 1 July to 31 December 2016 period

​The Capital Recognition Deduction factors, calculated pursuant to sections 4C(1)(b) and 4C(6) of the Mineral Royalty Act, for the period 1 July to 31 December 2016 have been approved by the Secretary. An updated schedule is available in Royalty Guideline RG-MRA-007: CRD Factors.

December 09
Territory Revenue Office opening hours

We wish to advise that the Territory Revenue Office will be closed from Monday 26 December until Monday 2 January inclusive and will re-open at 9.00am on Tuesday, 3 January 2017.

October 28
Increased Stamp Duty Relief and Household Goods Grant
On 20 October 2016, the Treasurer introduced the Stamp Duty Amendment Bill 2016. The Bill provides for an increased First Home Owner Discount, and is accompanied by other first home buyer assistance measures.
 
For further information, view the Revenue Circular RC-GEN-018: Increased Stamp Duty Relief and Household Goods Grant.
 
View the Stamp Duty Amendment Bill 2016 and accompanying Explanatory Statement.

 

 

September 29
$2000 Household Goods Grant Scheme - New Homes

From 1 October 2016, in addition to the $26 000 First Home Owner Grant (FHOG), eligible first home owners of new homes will be entitled to a grant of up to $2000 for the purchase of household goods for use in that home.

The Household Goods Grant Scheme (HGGS) is effective from 1 September 2016. This means that first home buyers entitled to the FHOG who enter into a contract to build or purchase a new home on or after 1 September 2016 will be entitled to the grant.

Eligible applicants will be able to use the grant to purchase household goods such as white and brown goods, indoor and outdoor furniture, curtains and blinds, manchester and kitchenware. The grant will only be available where eligible goods are purchased from a Territory enterprise.

Further information about the grant, including eligibility criteria, the type of goods that can be purchased and from where, is available on the Territory Revenue Office webpage under the Home Owner Incentives link.

If you would like further information about the HGGS, please contact our friendly team via email at ntrevenue@nt.gov.au or by phoning 1300 305 353.

September 01
First Home Owner Discount increased from 1 September 2016

For transactions entered into on or after 1 September 2016, the First Home Owner Discount (FHOD) increases from $10 000 to $23 928.60 for established homes valued at $650 000 or less. This equates to a full stamp duty concession on the initial $500 000 value of the home.

For established homes valued at more than $650 000, the $10 000 FHOD continues to be available until 31 December 2016.

Further information on the FHOD can be found under the First Home Owner Discount page on this website

August 25
New Online Payroll Tax System – Integrated Revenue Application (INTRA)

Integrated Revenue Application (INTRA), the Territory Revenue Office’s new online payroll tax system replaced the previous payroll tax lodgement facility, TRMeR from 29 August. INTRA allows users to:

•   validate their user account in INTRA to allow immediate access;

•   lodge and edit monthly returns for the current financial year;

•   save and edit a partially completed annual adjustment return prior to submission;

•   add and delete users as required;

•   update entity and user contact details; and

•   register a new employer online;

We have also taken this opportunity to:

•   update the look and feel of our online facilities; and

•   improve navigation.

INTRA has been designed as a user-friendly system with easily navigated functions. However, please contact our friendly staff via email at ntrevenue@nt.gov.au or by phone on 1300 305 353 if you experience any difficulties in the transition.

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