|For the year ended 30 June 2022||2021-22
|Income from transactions|
|Revenue from government *||158,277||147,356|
|Sales of goods and services||571||579|
|Payments to consolidated fund||(366)||(346)|
|Total income from transactions||158,482||147,589|
|Expenses from transactions|
|Supplies and services||62,461||57,301|
|Depreciation and amortisation||3,714||2,706|
|Grants and other transfers||5,513||5,392|
|Capital asset charge||-||795|
|Total expenses from transactions||154,822||144,115|
|Net result from transactions||3,660||3,474|
|Other economic flows in net result|
|Net gains / (losses) on financial instruments||-||-|
|Net gains / (losses) on non-financial assets||34||13|
|Other gains / (losses) on other economic flows||1,627||2,306|
|Total other economic flows in net result||1,661||2,319|
|Net surplus / (deficit) for reporting period||5,321||5,793|
* Revenue from government represents the output budget allocated to SRO
Notes to the operating statement
The increase of $5.177 million in employee benefits was mainly due to commencement of employees associated with enhanced compliance activities.
The increase of $5.160 million in supplies and services was mainly associated with new initiatives, the transition to Ballarat Govhub and the commencement of our systems modernisation program.
The increase of $1.008 million in depreciation and amortisation was mainly due to amortisation associated with right-of-use lease assets and software development.
Grants and other transfers consists of payments made to municipal councils in relation to the administration of the Fire Service Property Levy, which were based on the Treasurer’s determination under section 70 of the Fire Services Property Levy Act 2012.
Expenses from transactions exclude $0.571 million in relation to the administration of the Growth Area Infrastructure Contribution, which is operated through a Treasury Trust.
|As at 30 June 2022||2021-22
|Total financial assets||68,871||54,704|
|Assets Held for Sale||29||-|
|Plant, property and equipment||242||308|
|Total non-financial assets||30,113||17,954|
Notes to the balance sheet
|Amounts owing from Victorian Government||65,719||53,249|
|GST input tax credit recoverable||1,263||1,126|
Written-down value of property, plant and equipment
|Written-down value of property, plant and equipment||2021-22
|Plant, furniture and equipment||-||7|
|Leasehold improvements / fitouts||-||18|
|Total written-down value of plant, property and equipment||242||308|
Written-down value of intangible assets
|Written-down value of intangible assets||2021-22
|Other intangible produced assets*||9,246||7,773|
|Work in progress*||14,557||4,713|
|Total written-down value of intangible assets||23,803||12,486|
* Capitalised and uncapitalised expenditure on e-Sys Life Extension Project
Other non-financial assets
|Other non-financial assets||2021-22
|Right of use plant and equipment||2,820||2,273|
|Motor vehicle leased||282||289|
|Total other non-financial assets||6,039||5,160|
|Right of use lease liabilities||913||275|
|Motor vehicle leases||199||192|
|Total current liabilities||1,112||467|
|Right of use lease liabilities||1,882||1,879|
|Motor vehicle leases||111||97|
|Total non-current liabilities||1,993||1,976|
|Total interest-bearing liabilities||3,105||2,443|
|Long service leave||12,998||12,861|
|Other Employee Entitlements||3,041||2,622|
|Total current provisions||23,539||22,116|
|Long service leave||2,328||2,119|
|Total non-current provisions||2,328||2,119|
|Mental health and wellbeing surcharge||414,849||-|
|Growth Areas Infrastructure Contribution||361,364||197,300|
|Metropolitan planning levy||22,185||18,880|
|Fire services property levy||758,758||728,982|
|Commercial passenger vehicle service levy||44,981||26,971|
|Wagering and betting tax||257,748||186,451|
|Less: cattle compensation fund||(6665)||(6000)|
|Less: swine compensation fund||(206)||(192)|
|Less: sheep and goat compensation fund||(2317)||(1410)|
|Add: unclaimed money receipts||89,440||98,205|
|Add: user charges||6,585||4,665|
|Add: sundry income||366||931|
|Total administered revenues||25,882,667||19,577,826|
* Includes cattle compensation fund; swine compensation fund; and sheep and goat compensation fund
|First Home Owner Grant||210,020||274,329|
|First Home Bonus||3||40|
|Other grants, rebates and other payments||35,689||13,437|
|Unclaimed money refunds||10,413||11,442|
|Bad and doubtful debts||51,759||17,181|
|Total administered expenses||648,185||692,992|
|Net administered revenues||25,234,482||18,884,834|
Notes to administered items
- Tax and duty revenue increased by $6,313 million to $25,795 million. This included:
- an increase of $529 million in payroll tax
- $414 million in mental health and wellbeing surcharge which commenced from 1 January 2022;
- an increase of $3,938 million in land transfer duty, and
- an increase of $902 million in land tax.
- Tax and duty revenues include reductions associated with business relief measures. Total relief provided in 2021-22 includes:
- $1.811 million in land transfer duty,
- $11.183 million in payroll tax, and
- $1.136 million in congestion levy.
- The fire services property levy increased by $29.776 million mainly due to the change of fixed charges and levy rates according to sections 11 and 12 of the Fire Services Property Levy Act.
- Unclaimed money receipts represent monies transferred to the Registrar under the Unclaimed Money Act and the Gambling Regulation Act. There was a decrease of $8.765 million in the 2021-22 financial year.
- The First Home Owner Grant decreased by $64.309 million.
- The HomeBuilder Grant was introduced to assist eligible owner-occupiers to build a new home, substantially renovate an existing home or buy off-the-plan. The grant applies to eligible contracts entered into between 4 June 2020 and 31 March 2021. The application of the HomeBuilder Grant was closed on 14 April 2021. There was a decrease of $35.913 million in the 2021-22 financial year.
- Other grants, rebates and other payments increased by $22.252 million mainly due to an increase in ex gratia payments of $23.199 million.
- The $34.578 million increase in bad and doubtful debts includes a decrease of $56.304 million in bad debts and an increase $90.882 million in the provision for doubtful debts.