As they don't have different rates for different tiers of cards (eg premium, corporate, super premium etc), it could well be that the bulk of the ATO's Visa/MC payments are made via those more expensive card tiers (which normally cost more to process than 'basic' credit cards), and so the percentage they're charging reflects the domestic credit card average. Or, their acquirer may charge ATO a flat percentage for all domestic cards under the same basis, recognising the big chunk of premium transactions the ATO would process.I still don't know why the ATO charges 0.77% for domestic ccards when Qld State Govt only charge 0.51%.
I think the problem here is loading money from CC to Revolut most (maybe all) cc will charge it as a cash advance. At least i saw a few people remark experiencing that over on ozbargain.Can you not load Revolut with a CC in Aus, like you can in the UK? Just pay the CC the same day to avoid / minimise any charges.
Beem it, no fees but $2k/day and 10k/month visa/mc only.You can pay via amex directly but they charge 1.4%. You can also do BPAY but I would need a method that allowed me to pay a large amount and not incur fees.
Would I be able to use Aussie Post "Post Billpay" to pay transfer duties and still get points ?Beem it, no fees but $2k/day and 10k/month visa/mc only.
Sniip for Amex with 1.5% fee but you will get full points, unlike paying direct with 1.4% fee