You may need to pay land tax if you own an investment property, holiday home, commercial property or vacant land.
You will have to pay payroll tax if you are an employer with a wage bill over a monthly threshold.
Land Transfer Duty
If you buy or acquire a property, you pay land transfer duty, commonly known as stamp duty.
First Home Owner
You may be eligible for the First Home Owner Grant or a range of exemptions, concessions and reductions.
You may be eligible to receive a contribution of up to 25% of the purchase price of your home.
Find lost or forgotten money, prizes and winnings by searching the Unclaimed Money Register.
Commercial Passenger Vehicle Service Levy
A levy, in addition to the fare, is payable on every taxi, hire car and ride share trip.
A levy applies to off-street private and public car parking spaces across parts of inner Melbourne.
You may have to pay landholder duty when you acquire an interest in a unit trust scheme that has land holdings.
Buying a Property
Apart from the taxes you pay when buying a property, there are a range of benefits that may be available.
Metropolitan Planning Levy
A levy is paid before obtaining a planning permit for developing certain land in metropolitan Melbourne.
Growth Areas Infrastructure Contribution
Developers make a one-off contribution to infrastructure in Melbourne’s newest suburbs.
Fire Services Property Levy
Property owners pay an annual levy via council rates to support emergency services.
Leases, Grants and Transfers
A duty is be paid on certain grants, transfers, assignments and surrenders of leases of land.
Back to Work
Eligible employers of unemployed Latrobe Valley and retrenched Hazelwood Power Station workers can claim a second payment.