This rebate helps businesses recover from the impacts of COVID-19 and encourages growth by reducing the cost of running a business. Eligible businesses (including sole traders) or not-for-profits only need to apply for the rebate once, but can submit multiple claims until the full value of $1500 is reached.
Funds can be used to offset the costs of eligible NSW and local government fees and charges due and paid from 1 March 2021. These include, but are not limited to:
View the full list of eligible fees and charges
The rebate will be available until 30 June 2022.
To be eligible for this rebate, small businesses (including non-employing sole traders) and not-for-profit organisations must:
Note: Only one $1500 rebate is available for each ABN.
The Rebate is provided in the form of a digital credit, which businesses can draw down on to offset the cost of eligible NSW and local government fees and charges.
Applying for Rebate – Businesses apply for the Rebate through Service NSW’s website, demonstrating proof of eligibility in line with the criteria set out above, at which point they are granted a digital credit to the value of $1500.
Claiming the Rebate – Businesses are able to claim the Rebate through their Service NSW Business Profile account, upon submitting proof of payment of any of the applicable licence fees and charges. Each claim must be made separately, and you can only upload one receipt per claim. Rebate can be drawn down on multiple times until the full value of $1500 is reached.
Claims must be made by a legitimate applicant authorised to act on behalf of the eligible business.
Please follow this link for more information: Small business fees and charges rebate – Guidelines
Should you have any questions regarding eligibility or require any assistance please let us know
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