Information & notices about TGA fees & payments
Upgraded online payment portal
From 30 September 2014, payments to the TGA will be made through an upgraded online payment portal. If you have saved the website address of our old online payment system, you will need to update your bookmarks and any other records. The new website address will be: https://www.bpoint.com.au/payments/TGA
Payments can be made without an invoice. To do this you can enter your biller code (this is actually the payment type and can be selected from the options in the drop down list), client ID and payment amount.
You will also be able to make the following payments online:
- clinical trial notification application fee
- low value turnover application fee
Once the payment information has been entered, you will have the option to request that a tax invoice/receipt be emailed directly to you.
When you have finalised your payment a new page will open confirming whether your payment has been successful. You can also request that a copy of this payment confirmation be emailed to you.
- Australian Government funding for biologicals
Provides guidance on applying for Australian Government funding for Australian publicly funded facilities and not-for-profit hospital supply units for biologicals
- Cancellation of a therapeutic good for non-payment of an annual charge
Therapeutic products entered on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (the Register) may be cancelled by the TGA for non-payment of an annual charge
With few exceptions, the TGA's regulatory fees and charges are non-refundable and non-transferable
- Annual charges and Low Value Turnover (LVT)
Annual charges apply to all product entries on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (the Register).
- Annual charges for manufacturing licences
Holders of a licence to manufacture therapeutic goods are required to pay an annual licence charge
- Low turnover manufacturers
Annual charges for a licence to manufacture a therapeutic good may be reduced by 50% if the wholesale turnover of that good is below a prescribed level
- Revocation of a manufacturing licence
The TGA can suspend or revoke a manufacturing licence if the annual licence charge is not paid in time
Web page last updated: Tuesday, 30 September 2014