LAND tax, payroll tax and not-for-profit organisations will come under scrutiny in a three-year crackdown.
The Queensland Government will increase the Office of State Revenue's compliance activity to deliver additional revenue.
Treasurer Curtis Pitt told Queensland Parliament said the move would "better secure the integrity of the state's revenue base".
"We will target an additional $10 million in revenue over three years from those taxpayers who try to avoid tax," he said.
"This includes those who incorrectly claim to be a not-for-profit organisation."
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