Renewing your business name
To renew your business name quickly and easily, we recommend our 'Pay now' service. We'll send you a reminder notice by email 30 days before your renewal is due.
Here you will find all the information you need to know on renewing your business name in Australia.
This includes guidance on business name renewal fees, what the renewal period options are, how you will be notified of an upcoming renewal as well as an outline of what happens after you have renewed.
Fees for renewing
one year for $37
three years for $88
Private service providers
You might receive a notice from a private service provider offering to assist with your business name renewal. This could be an accountant, solicitor, or other type of business that provides a service by using our online services to renew a business name on your behalf.
Using a private service provider is optional. If you choose to utilise their services, they will usually charge a fee beyond what we would charge. Even if a private service provider contacts you, you can still transact directly with us online for your business name.
Find out more about private service providers.
'Renew your company' scam emails
We're aware of some emails that have been circulating lately claiming to be from ASIC and demanding payment to renew your business. If you receive one, do not open it. Just delete the email from your inbox.
For more information about scams and what to look out for, visit Scams targeting ASIC customers
How to renew your business name
There are two options for renewing your business name. You can use our 'Pay now' service, or log in to your ASIC Connect account.
What to do if you have not received your record of registration or invoice?
If your business name renewal is due but you haven't received a record of registration, you can contact us to receive a copy.
Lost your invoice?
If you've lost your invoice, you can ask us to send you another copy.
Seeking more information on how we manage your business name?