You must have a PC and access to the Internet. To run RevNet efficiently, we suggest that you will need as a minimum:
If you do not have sufficient hardware or software to operate RevNet, terminals are available in Taxpayer Hall, Ground Floor, 200 Victoria Square, Adelaide and also at the Lands Titles Office, 101 Grenfell St Adelaide, for you to access RevNet.
As with any Internet program, speed depends on various external factors to RevNet, such as configuration of PC, modem, telecommunication lines, Internet service provider, etc.
Taking these factors into account, RevenueSA endeavours to ensure that the system is as fast and efficient as is practicable, providing you have the recommended hardware and software requirements and a reliable Internet service provider.
To ensure confidentiality of information transferred over the Internet, RevNet utilises 128 bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) line encryption. Files transferred from RevNet to RevenueSA containing agent/taxpayer information are encrypted. Where payments are made through RevNet the files transferred across the Internet contain no specific bank account details, only account descriptions.
Whilst RevenueSA makes every endeavour to ensure RevNet is available as often as possible, there are times when planned and unplanned outages can occur.
Planned outages fall into two categories:
Unplanned outages - whilst RevenueSA takes every precaution to ensure the availability of RevNet, unforeseen outages can occur with no notice.
If RevNet or the Internet is not functioning, please contact RevenueSA on (08) 8207 2333 during business hours (Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 5.00 pm) so that alternative arrangements can be made where applicable.
Stamp Duty users can process documents using the Periodic Return Arrangement (PRA), a paper based process. These documents are entered into RevNet by the agent once the system is available again. Refer to the RevNet Stamp Duty Guidelines for more information regarding using PRA.
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