Aged Care Payroll Tax Supplement - cessation

From 1 January 2015 the Payroll Tax Supplement paid to some residential aged care providers will no longer be paid.

This measure started on 1 January 2015.

Description of the measure

However, the extra $1.1 billion being directed into the general funding pool, red tape reduction plan and reforms to the aged care system will deliver benefits that will help providers run their businesses more efficiently and make the most of their funding.

Questions and answers

Who will be affected by this measure?

Some Residential Care Aged Care Providers (those who are eligible for the Payroll Tax Supplement) will be affected by this measure.

Am I eligible for this measure?

Not applicable.                    

When will this measure start and finish?

This measure will start 1 January 2015.

Page last updated: 16 March 2016

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