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As a result of a review of its business process to identify initiatives that will lead to more efficient processes to practitioners and the public in general, the Office of State Revenue’s assessment practices are set to change.
In the first half of 2016-17 State Revenue will extend the self-assessment regime and release an updated version of Revenue Online (ROL), its electronic self-assessment system, to allow certain mid-complexity transactions to be self-assessed and to support the electronic lodgment of transactions that require assessment by the Commissioner.
In addition to expanding ROL, State Revenue will be publishing more user friendly webpages, introducing B-Pay for duties assessment and publishing an assessing standard for duties assessment in its Customer Charter.
The Commissioner of State Revenue will provide an overview of the upcoming changes, and will discuss the benefits of the changes leading to more efficient assessment practices.
1 points Competency 4 Substantive Law
Commissioner of State Revenue