Welcome to Macarthur Advocate

  yt fb

29 October 2023 Posted by 


THE Australian Dental Association New South Wales (ADA NSW) is warning about the potential consequences of applying payroll tax to dental practices. With over 23,000 people on the public dental waitlist in regional NSW and a shortage of dentists, the ADA NSW is concerned that imposing payroll tax could lead to increased fees and reduced access to dental care. The Federal Australian Dental Association has called on state leaders to grant dentists the same payroll tax amnesty given to doctors. The ADA NSW estimates that up to 60% of dental practices could be affected, leading to retrospective tax penalties and uncertainty for practice operators. 
Addressing overcrowded emergency units

Login to post comments

Macarthur Advocate covers the business and community issues of the Macarthur region. Macarthur Advocate is a prime media source for connecting with the pulse of the region and tapping into it's vast opportunities.