Singers of the Australian Chamber Choir are paid per concert performance for concerts that do not form part of a tour. The rate of pay is determined annually at our AGM.

Here is what you need to do in order to receive your payment:

 

IF YOU HAVE AN ABN

Please send your invoice to David Farrar at Accounts@AusChoir.org. Your invoice needs to show the following:

1. Your name and email address

2. A list of the dates for which you are claiming payment

3. The total amount that we owe you

4. The name of your bank account if it is different from your name at item 1 (above)

5. Your bank account details as a 6-digit BSB number and your bank account number.

6. Your ABN

7. If you are registered for the GST, then write “Tax Invoice” as a title.

 

If you do NOT have an ABN

Please do the following:

a. Check that we have an up-to-date Supplier statement for you. The statement must not be older than 12 months.

b. To update your Supplier Statement, go to

https://www.ato.gov.au/uploadedfiles/content/mei/downloads/bus38509n3346_5_2012.pdf

and download a “Statement by a supplier” form

Fill in the form, sign it and return it to David Farrar at Accounts@AusChoir.org.

c. Create a “Payment Request”. Your payment Request will be identical to the “Invoice” described in points 1 to 5 (above).

 

When will you be paid?

Two things need to happen before we can pay you:

1. You need to send us the necessary documents (see above) AND

2. We normally need to have received payment for the relevant concert/s from the relevant presenter/s

Invoices and Payment Requests received by 5pm on the Fridays listed below will normally be paid on the following Friday:

15 June, 29 June, 27 July, 24 August

 

Your questions

Please allow two pay cycles following each concert before enquiring about any missing payment.  If you have queries, please send them to Jan at Accounts@AusChoir.org

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