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ClubGRANTS electronic return

Information for clubs to lodge their gaming machine financial year returns online, under the ClubGRANTS scheme.

It is important that clubs lodge returns by the due date otherwise gaming machine profits exceeding $1 million may be taxed at an additional rate of 1.85%.

The overall effect of ClubGRANTS is that amounts equalling 2.25% of registered clubs' prescribed profits in every tax year are to be returned to the community from gaming machine tax receipts through ClubGRANTS (being 1.85% to clubs as ClubGRANTS tax rebates and 0.4% as payments to the ClubGRANTS Fund on behalf of clubs).

Current lodgement dates

Eligible clubs must submit their 2016-17 ClubGRANTS electronic return by 7 September 2016.

Failure to do so will result in gaming machine profit exceeding $1 million during the tax period being taxed at the additional rate of 1.85 percent.

Any additional amount will be included in the August 2016 quarterly tax assessment.

Using the ClubGRANTS electronic return

  1. Please read the ClubGRANTS electronic return – 2016 user guide (PDF, 1MB)
  2. Download the ClubGRANTS electronic return​ (XLS, 150KB)

System requirements

Windows desktop - using Microsoft Excel 2000 or later. 

If using Excel 2007 or Excel 2010 please enable macros. Refer to the user guide.

If you do meet these system requirements contact the Revenue Assurance and Integrity Unit on clubgrants@justice.nsw.gov.au or (02) 9995 0837.

Assistance

Please follow the instructions in the user guide. If you still require further information or assistance please contact the Revenue Assurance and Integrity Unit:

Email: clubgrants@justice.nsw.gov.au  Phone: (02) 9995 0837