Individual Tax Rates

There were no changes to personal income tax rates in the Budget. This means that the 2% Temporary Budget Repair Levy will end on June 30, 2017. The following table lists the individual income tax rates for Australian residents for the financial year ending June 30, 2018:

Taxable Income

Tax Payable

  $0 - $18,200


  $18,201 - $37,000

19% of excess over $18,200

  $37,001 - $87,000

 $3,572 plus 32.5% of excess over $37,000

  $87,001 - $180,000

 $19,822 plus 37% of excess of $87,000

  $180,001 and over

 $54,232 plus 45% of excess over $180,000

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Small Business - Company Tax Rates
Small Business - Extension of Taxable Payments Reporting to Courier and Cleaning Industries
Small Business - Access to CGT Concessions
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Individuals - Changes to the Medicare levy
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Individuals - Higher Education Reform  
Superannuation - Contributing Proceeds from Downsizing to Superannuation
Superannuation - First Home Super Saver Scheme
GST Changes - Purchasers to Pay GST on New Residential Premises
GST Changes - Digital Currency & Low-Value Imports
Tax Integrity Measures

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