Remember that those who do not pay their renewal fee and still supply liquor on their premises after March 31st 2018 are trading unlawfully and may be subject to significant penalties. Consult with Sky Accountants in Ballarat who can assist you with your hospitality business.
You can receive your renewed liquor license faster by registering online via the Liquor Portal and receive your 2018 liquor license or permit by email within five business days from payment. Hospitality accountants can assist you with the process.
To register for an eLicense, simply create a Liquor Portal account and link your liquor license with the four digit PIN on your renewal notice and your license or permit number. You can then click on the eLicense tab and key in your email address.
If you register an account and associate your license or permit on the Liquor Portal, you can gain access to complete license management tasks such as changing the postal address of the liquor license or permit, apply to add, remove or replace the nominee of a liquor license or permit, apply to add or remove a director of a liquor license or permit, transfer a liquor license or permit and download your active liquor license or permit and red line plan anytime.
If you do not wish to register for an eLicense, you can receive your license or permit by post starting February 2018. Remember that those who do not pay their renewal fee and still supply liquor on their premises after March 31st 2018 are trading unlawfully and may be subject to significant penalties. If the license or permit is not renewed by June 30th, the license or permit may no longer be renewed until September 30th.
Consult with Sky Accountants in Ballarat who can assist you with your licenses and permits. Click here to speak to experts who specialise in the hospitality industry. Sky Accountants Ballarat are big believers in the use of professional tools to manage your business. The right tools can streamline your processes so that the business is best placed to trade profitably.
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