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Business faces $224m bill as payroll tax kicks in

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The State Government has asked businesses to repay some of the $1.14bn in payroll tax which was deferred at the start of COVID-19 to help them stay afloatBusinesses who deferred payroll tax between January and April last year had until yesterday to pay their bill.A spokesman for Queensland Treasurer Cameron Dick said about $224m in payroll tax deferred from the first quarter of 2020 was now being collected as the state rebounds from the pandemic.“Household consumption and retail sales data…



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