Which tax rates apply?
The individual income tax rates will depend on the income year you select and your residency status for income tax purposes during that income year.
You are a working holiday maker (WHM) if you have a visa subclass of either:
- 417 Working Holiday
- 462 Work and Holiday (backpackers).
You will need to use the Income Tax Estimator calculator to provide a breakdown of your income and your residency status.
Tax rates for residents in the 2021/22 and the 2022/23 year are (Note: these rates do not include the Medicare levy):
|Taxable income $||Tax payable $|
|0 – 18,200||Nil|
|18,201 – 45,000||Nil + 19% of excess over 18,200|
|45,001 – 120,000||5,092 + 32.5% of excess over 45,000|
|120,001 – 180,000||29,467 + 37% of excess over 120,000|
|180,001+||51,667 + 45% of excess over $180,000|
The lowest rate is 19% and the highest rate is 45%, which is only charged on income over $180,000. Most Australians sit in the middle bracket.
Before you use the calculator
The calculated results are based on the information you provide at the time of calculation. You should use these results as an estimate and for guidance purposes only.
The exact amount of your income tax can only be calculated upon lodgment of your income tax return with ATO.
Income Tax Calculator Helps you work out:
- how much Australian income tax you should be paying
- what your take-home salary will be when tax and the Medicare levy are removed
- your marginal tax rate
This calculator can also be used as an Australian tax return calculator. Note that it does not take into account any tax rebates or tax offsets you may be entitled to.
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