Appendix 14: Corrections

The following errors appeared in our 2014–15 annual report.

Streamlining processes

Descriptions were left out omitting the correct context for the figures quoted.

As printed on page 13:

For the year, For January to June 2015, 77.7% of business registrants received an instant decision, and further improvements are expected to increase on-the-spot application approvals to around 90% next year.

Exchange of information

Since publication of the 2014–15 annual report a small number of outgoing and incoming exchanges of information records were identified as being duplicated.

As printed on page 19:

There were 519 514 exchanges of information in 2014–15, with 284 281 outgoing and 235 233 incoming. Total tax liabilities raised as a direct result of our exchange of information activity with our treaty partners was around $255 million in 2014–15.

Outcome and program performance

Descriptions were left out omitting the correct context for the figures quoted.

As printed on page 27:

TABLE 2.2 Program deliverables and key performance indicators – ABR, 2012–13 to 2014–15

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Almost 78% 72.29% of business start-ups received their registration decision on the spot.

Around 7 million business-to-government transactions through SBR, almost twice as many as 2013–14.

Administered program performance

This occurred as a result of human error, where quarter 1 cases were mistakenly counted twice.

As printed on page 73:

TABLE 2.27 Administered programs, 2014–15 continued

Program 1.21: Superannuation guarantee scheme

Deliverables

Performance

Number of superannuation guarantee complaints leading to a superannuation liability being raised and those leading to no result

14,281 11,333 complaints leading to a liability being raised

8,000 6,111 complaints leading to no result

Health and safety

A minor error was identified in reporting the number of dangerous occurrences.

As printed on page 87:

TABLE 3.2 Notifiable incidents, 2012–13 to 2014–15
 

2012–13
No.

2013–14
No.

2014–15
No.

Dangerous occurrences

30

6

4 3

Serious personal injury

13

5

1

Death

4

1

0

TOTAL

47

12

5 4

Appendix 9: Advertising, direct mail, media placement and market research

Figures for 2014–15 included the entire Toll Global Logistics and Independent Print Media Group invoices, rather than the components that represented direct mail only.

As printed on page 122:

TABLE 4.23: Advertising, direct mail, media placement and market research, 2014–15

Organisation

Initiative, event or product

Total cost
$

Direct mail

The Independent Print Media Group

Distribution of tax time products

$671,616 $14,437

Toll Global Logistics

Preparation and mail out of agency material

$3,194,904 $1,497,936