Small business registration
If you supply goods and services to OEH and/or our partner entities (oehpartentities.pdf 83KB) and are an Australian or New Zealand based firm that has an annual turnover of under $2 million in the latest financial year, you may be eligible to register as a small business.
If a small business is not paid by OEH within 30 calendar days of receipt of a correctly rendered invoice, penalty interest may be paid on the overdue amount owed if the interest exceeds $20.
How to register as a small business with OEH and our partner entities
Complete the form (smallbizregform.doc 155 KB) and attach one type of supporting documentation.
Supporting documentation can be:
the most recent Business Activity Statement (BAS), or
the latest year’s annual financial statement, or
a letter from your accountant/auditor confirming that the business is an Australian/New Zealand business and has an annual turnover of less than $2 million.
What is a correctly rendered invoice?
The NSW Government has criteria for a correctly rendered invoice. The invoice should:
be tax compliant
display correctly calculated amounts (i.e. net amount, GST displayed and total amount)
quote a valid purchase order number (which starts with 4500 and is ten digits long) or, in the absence of a purchase order number, display the contact name or contact email address of the person who bought the goods/services.
Send the invoice:
For further details, refer to the Payments of Accounts Policy (pdf file) or view the frequently asked questions on the Small Business NSW website and look under ‘Specific Initiatives’.
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Page last updated: 02 June 2015