The existing rebate will increase from $2000 to $3000 in late March 2022.

Eligible employing small businesses will be able to use the rebate against the cost of rapid antigen tests (RATs).

The small business fees and charges rebates can also be used to pay other fees and charges like:

  • food authority licences
  • liquor licences
  • tradesperson licences
  • event fees
  • outdoor seating fees
  • council rates
  • road user tolls for business use.

Businesses who have already registered for the rebate will receive an automatic top-up of $1000 and newly registered businesses will receive a rebate of $3000.

Businesses can apply for the expanded small business fees and charges rebate through Service NSW.

Eligible small businesses can claim government fees and charges incurred from 1 March 2021 to 30 June 2022.

View a complete list of all eligible fees and charges.

If your business has not yet registered for the rebates, set up a business profile with Service NSW to make it easy to transact.

Find more information on the fees and charges rebate on Service NSW.


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