Australia: Extended payroll tax relief in South Australia (COVID-19)
Australia: Extended payroll tax relief, South Australia
The South Australian government stated that it will extend its payroll tax relief for an additional three months until December 2020—a response to the economic consequences of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The relief allows businesses with annual grouped payroll of up to $4 million* an extra three-month payroll tax waiver, in addition to the six-months of relief that they have already received.
Eligible businesses will be able to defer liabilities due in October to December 2020 until 14 January 2021.
Read a September 2020 release from the government of South Australia.
* = Australian dollar
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