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Personal income tax rates

 

Residents* – year ending 30 June 2019
Taxable income ($) Tax** ($) % on excess
18,200 Nil 19
37,000 3,572 32.5
90,000 20,797 37
180,000 54,097 45

For the year ending 30 June 2019, a Medicare levy of 2% of taxable income applies to most residents. An additional Medicare levy surcharge of up to 1.5% (see below for rates and thresholds) applies to certain higher income taxpayers not covered by health insurance for private patient hospital cover.

 

Non-residents* – year ending 30 June 2019
Taxable income ($) Tax** ($) % on excess
0 Nil 32.5
90,000 29,250 37
180,000 62,550 45

* Special rates apply to unearned income of children aged under 18 years at year end where that income is more than $416.

** These amounts do not include the Medicare levy and surcharge, or any tax offsets that may be available.

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