Visual micro keygen crack. Grain Industry Fund deductions The Grain Industry Fund (GIF) provides funding for projects and services to the grains industry in accordance with the or ). The South Australian Grain Industry Trust (SAGIT) uses the Grain Industry Research and Development Fund (GIRDF) for research into grain: • growing • harvesting • storage • processing • marketing. SAGIT does this in accordance with the or ). More information is available on the.
Deduction amounts When grain is sold, the purchaser is required to deduct the amounts as shown on this page. This only applies to grain grown in South Australia. Grain Industry Research and Development Fund: • 30 cents per tonne from the proceeds of sale of all grain purchased on or after 8 August 2013.
Grain Industry Fund: • 20 cents per tonne from the proceeds of sale of all grain purchased on or after 22 November 2012. Remittance statement forms for grain purchasers Both funds require the grain purchaser to remit deductions by the 28th day of the month following the month the grain was purchased. Use these forms when you are paying money to the fund that you have collected from growers: • ) • ) • ) Send your forms to: Prudential and Rural Financial Services Primary Industries & Regions SA GPO Box 1671 Adelaide SA 5001 Email: Apply to pay your remittance quarterly or yearly You can apply to pay your contributions on a quarterly or yearly basis. Approvals will only be given if: • your remittance of contributions are up to date • the grain purchaser is not seen to be exploiting the guidelines • we are satisfied that your total annual turnover of contributions do not exceed these limits: • less than $7,000 (up to 5,000 tonnes) paid annually • between $7,000 and $15,000 (5,001 to 15,000 tonnes) paid quarterly • more than $15,000 (more than 15,001 tonnes) paid monthly. Contact Dave Lewis to apply to pay your remittance quarterly or yearly: Dave Lewis, PIRSA Agriculture, Food and Wine Phone: (08) 8429 0472 Email: Definition of grain These grains are as defined in the: • •. Grains include cereals and course grains, and oilseeds and pulses including: • barley • canary seed • canola • cottonseed • field peas • grain sorghum • linseed • lupins • maize • millet • oats • triticale • pulses (eg lentils, beans, chickpeas) • rapeseed • rice • rye • safflower seed • soybeans • sunflower seed • wheat. Grains do not include small pasture seeds including: • clover seeds • lucerne • medic.