Each year, ASIC Company Fees, consistent with the value of Consumer Price Index (CPI), increase effective 1 July.
This year, the ASIC has advised of the increase. Below is the comparison of current ASIC Company Fees and the fees that will apply from 1 July 2020.
ASIC Company Fees
- Annual Review Fee for a Proprietary Company – $273 (up from $267)
- Late Payment Fee for up to 1 month – $82 (up from $80)
- Late Payment Fees for more than 1 month late – $340 (up from $333)
Please note that GST does not apply to ASIC fees.
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