If your business or organisation is having difficulty paying an assessment by the due date, you can apply to enter a payment plan for up to 12 months.

By law, interest is imposed on all late and unpaid amounts at the market rate plus a further premium rate of 8 per cent per annum, and this continues to apply throughout any payment plan.

You should lodge your completed application on or after (but not before) the due date for payment of your assessment. To minimise the amount of interest you may need to pay, you should apply and pay as soon as possible.


Review your requirements

You must read Application to Pay by Instalments for Overdue Assessments (Corporations) General Form 6 to be fully aware of the financial information we require.


Assemble supporting evidence

If your requested payment arrangement is greater than six months, you must give us all of the following evidence:

  • Bank statements,
  • Proof that your finance provider is unable to help you at this time,
  • Projection of your expected income and outlays, and
  • Current profit and loss statements and balance sheets

Please refer to the application form for full instructions.


Complete your application form

The application form can be:

  • Accessed on screen, printed and signed, or
  • Downloaded as a PDF, printed, completed and signed

Either way, before lodging your application you must sign the form to declare the information you have disclosed is true and correct.

We use all the information in your statement to update our records and may pass on the changes to other government agencies where we are authorised to do so.

Download the form


Lodge your application

Lodge your application form and supporting documents by:


dms@sro.vic.gov.au (your signed application must be attached to your email)


State Revenue Office
GPO Box 1641
VIC 3001


State Revenue Office
DX 260090

Next steps

If you apply via email, you will receive an acknowledgement of your application. We will advise all applicants of the outcome of their application in writing.