Companies / Jul 27, 2023

ASIC fees increased from 1 July 2023

Kellie Smythe
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In line with an increase of the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for the March quarter, ASIC increase some of their fees each year from 1 July.
Below is a list of fees for some of the most frequent lodgements, including late payment increases.

Fee typeFee from 1 July 2022Fee from 1 July 2023
Application for registration as an Australian Company (proprietary company that has share capital)$538$576
Reserving a company name$55$59
Change the company name$443$474
Annual review fee for a proprietary company$290$310
Annual review fee for a registered scheme or a public company$1346$1440
Application for voluntary deregistration of a company$44$47
Late payment fee up to one month late$87$93
Late payment fee for more than one month late$362$387
Business name renewal or registration for one year$39$42
Business name or renewal for three years$92$98
GST does not apply to ASIC fees.

We increased our fees by the ASIC increase amount only, to accommodate this change. You can view our current price list here, which we updated to reflect the changes on the 1st July 2023.

For a more detailed list of all price increases, please go to the ASIC website.

As always, if you have any questions, please contact our friendly team via email or phone 1800 799 666.

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