ASIC invoice explained
Annual review fee invoice statements
The invoice statement for the company's annual review fee is sent out on, or just after, the annual review date of the company. It is presented online if a company officeholder or registered agent (if one is appointed by the company) is registered for online access with us. Otherwise it is sent to the same address as other invoices:
registered agent, if one is appointed by the company, or
nominated contact address, if one has been nominated by the company, or
company's registered office.
If the annual review fee is not paid within 2 months, a late fee will apply and a following invoice will be sent including this late fee. If the annual review fee is still not paid over a month after it was originally due, an additional late fee applies and this will be shown in a third invoice.
If the balance on a company invoice remains unpaid, we may take further action, which in the case of unpaid annual review fees may include deregistering the company.
Other late fees may also apply as part of the annual review - see annual statements and late fees
If you are registered for online access, you can see a copy of your annual review fee invoice online for up to 90 days.
In all other cases, get a reprint of your invoice sent out by contacting us.
Payment of invoices
The payment slip on the invoice details payment options available.