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Taxes are collected from organisations at both a federal and a state level. 

There are also exemptions for some charities and not-for-profits for state taxes. Common exemptions include:

  • stamp duty
  • payroll tax, and
  • land tax.

There are also less common exemptions in some states such as exemptions from gaming machine taxes. 

The fact sheet below provides an overview of the common state taxes where a charity or not-for-profit may be able to apply for an exemption. 

The fact sheet below provides an overview of the common state taxes where a charity or not-for-profit may be able to apply for an exemption. It covers:

  • state duties and exemptions
  • payroll tax and exemptions, and
  • land tax and exemptions.

The fact sheet below provides an overview of the common state taxes where a charity or not-for-profit may be able to apply for an exemption. It covers:

  • duties and exemptions
  • payroll tax and exemptions, and
  • land tax and exemptions and other taxes.

The fact sheet below provides an overview of the common state taxes where a charity or not-for-profit may be able to apply for an exemption. It covers:

  • state duties and exemptions
  • payroll tax and exemptions, and
  • land tax and exemptions. 

The fact sheet below provides an overview of the common state taxes where a charity or not-for-profit may be able to apply for an exemption. It covers:

  • duties and exemptions
  • payroll tax and exemptions, and
  • land tax and exemptions.

The fact sheet below provides an overview of the common state taxes where a charity or not-for-profit may be able to apply for an exemption. It covers:

  • territory duties and exemptions, and
  • payroll tax and exemptions. 

The fact sheet below provides an overview of the common state taxes where a charity or not-for-profit may be able to apply for an exemption. It covers:

  • duties and exemptions
  • payroll tax and exemptions, and
  • land tax and exemptions and other taxes.

The fact sheet below provides an overview of the common state taxes where a charity or not-for-profit may be able to apply for an exemption. It covers:

  • state duties and exemptions
  • payroll tax and exemptions, and
  • land tax and exemptions. 

Last Updated: 22 August 2017

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