We are responsible for collecting revenues, administering grants and recovering debts on behalf of the people of NSW.
Our revenue represents over 35 per cent of NSW finances, which helps fund essential community services, such as health care, education, public transport, infrastructure and policing.
Our job is to make it easy for you to understand and comply with your obligations. We can help you with information and support if you’re:
paying taxes, duties, levies, fines, fees or royalties buying or selling property – grants, taxes, duties and housing affordability measures applying for small business or first home benefits finding and claiming unclaimed money. Revenue NSW came into effect on 31 July 2017, following a name change from the Office of State Revenue and State Debt Recovery Office. All functions, administrative and legislative powers remain the same. We are part of the Department of Finance, Services and Innovation.
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