Construction industry payroll tax deferral

As part of the ACT Government survival package the ACT Government is allowing employers in the construction industry to apply to defer their payroll tax liability interest free for six months from April to September 2020 to provide cash flow assistance and help them retain workers.

Please complete this form to apply for a construction industry payroll tax deferral. All fields marked ( * ) are mandatory.

By completing the construction industry payroll tax deferral application you are required to continue to lodge your returns by their respective due dates, however payment is not required until October 2020 at which point the Government will assess whether a further deferral period is required.

Company details

Is the company part of a group?*

Construction industry activity

Is your company registered with an Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC)
code as a business in the construction industry?

This application form is relevant to the construction industry payroll tax deferral only. If you are not eligible for this deferral type, please review the other payroll tax assistance available to employers here to see whether you qualify for another category of deferral or waiver.

Contact details


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