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Private health insurance rebate

 

For premiums paid between 1 April 2018 and 31 March 2019*
Singles
Income for surcharge purposes^ ($) Rebate (%)
Less than 65 years of age Age 65 to 69 years Age 70 years and over
90,000 or less 25.415 29.651 33.887
90,001 – 105,000 16.943 21.180 25.415
105,001 – 140,000 8.471 12.707 16.943
More than 140,000 0 0 0
For premiums paid between 1 April 2018 and 31 March 2019*
Families
Income for surcharge purposes#^($) Rebate (%)
Less than 65 years of age Age 65 to 69 years Age 70 years and over
180,000 or less 25.415 29.651 33.887
180,001 – 210,000 16.943 21.180 25.415
210,001 – 280,000 8.471 12.707 16.943
More than 280,000 0 0 0

* Rebate percentages are adjusted annually on 1 April.
^ Income for surcharge purposes is measured for the financial year ending 30 June, and includes, among other things, taxable income, reportable fringe benefits amounts, reportable superannuation contributions and net investment losses. 
# The family income thresholds are increased by $1,500 for each dependent child after the first child.

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