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    • Capital gains tax discount for individuals calculatorThis tool will help you work out your CGT discount if you have received an eligible capital gain from a CGT event.
    • Capital gains tax property exemption toolIf you had sole or joint ownership of a property that you sold or are going to sell (or otherwise dispose of), this tool will help you work out what portion of your capital gain is exempt from capital gains tax.
    • DemergersThis calculator helps shareholders work out the capital gains tax consequences under a demerger, including the BHP Billiton, CSR, Sonic Healthcare, Mincor, WMC and Mayne Group demergers.
    • Flood levyUse this calculator to help you work out the weekly flood levy amount you will pay, and your total flood levy amount for the 2011-12 income year.
    • Home office expensesThis calculator will help you work out the deduction you can claim where a home office is used for income producing purposes. This calculator is available for the 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 income years.
    • Self-education eligibilityThis tool will help you work out if you are eligible to claim a deduction for work related self-education expenses on your tax return.
    • Self-education expensesThis calculator will give you an estimate of the deduction you can claim for work related self-education expenses on your tax return.
    • Work related car expensesThis calculator will help you work out all four methods of work-related car expenses.
    • Work-related uniform expenses calculatorCalculates the deduction for work-related clothing, laundry and 'dry-cleaning expenses.
    • Comprehensive tax calculatorThis calculator will help you work out your tax refund or debt on a given taxable income for the 2013-14, 2012-13 and 2011-12 income years.
    • HELP repaymentThis calculator will help you work out the amount of compulsory Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) repayment on assessment of your income tax return.
    • Super co-contribution calculatorThe super co-contribution calculator is a tool to help individuals and the self-employed estimate their co-contribution entitlement and eligibility.
    • Tax withheld calculatorIf you are an employer or another withholding payer, the tax withheld calculator helps you work out the tax you need to withhold from payments you make to employees and other workers.
    • Employee share schemes calculatorYou can use this calculator to estimate the market value of unlisted rights and the discount received when an employee joins an employee share scheme.
    • Do I need to lodge a tax returnThis tool will help you work out if you need to lodge an income tax return. This tool is available for the 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 income years.
    • Adjusted taxable income for dependent tax offsetsThis calculator will help you work out your ATI. You need to know your ATI to work out if you can claim any of the dependent tax offsets.
    • Beneficiary tax offsetThis calculator will help you work out your beneficiary tax offset. The beneficiary tax offset is available to taxpayers who receive certain Centrelink benefits and Commonwealth education allowances. This calculator is available for the 2011-12 income year.
    • Beneficiary tax offset and seniors and pensioner tax offset calculatorThis calculator will help you determine your eligibility and calculate the amount of seniors and pensioners tax offset or beneficiary tax offset you can claim for 2013-14 and 2012-13 income years.
    • Dependent (invalid and carer) tax offset calculatorThis calculator will help you to work out the amount of tax offset that you can claim for a dependant who is an invalid or carer for the 2013-14 and 2012-13 income years.
    • Dependent relative tax offsetThis calculator will help you to work out the amount of tax offset that you can claim for your parent, spouse's parent or invalid relative for the 2011-12 income year.
    • Education tax refund calculatorTo help you work out how much education tax refund (ETR) you are entitled to claim.
    • Low income tax offsetThis calculator will help you work out whether you are eligible for the low income tax offset. It also calculates the amount of your offset if your taxable income is less than the low income tax offset threshold. This calculator is available for the 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 income years.
    • Net medical expenses tax offset calculatorThis calculator will help you work out the amount of medical expenses offset you can claim.
    • Senior Australians & pensioner tax offsetThis calculator will help you determine your eligibility, and calculate the amount of senior Australians tax offset and pensioner tax offset you can claim. This calculator is available for the 2011-12 income year.
    • Separate net incomeThis calculator will help you work out the separate net income (SNI) of your dependant. Separate net income is defined as income and other specified amounts earned or received by your dependant, less expenses that are direct costs against that income.
    • Spouse (without dependent child or student) tax offset calculatorThis calculator will help you work out if you can claim the spouse (without dependent child or student) tax offset, and the amount of offset you can claim in your 2013-14 and 2012–13 tax returns.
    • Flood levyUse this calculator to help you work out the weekly flood levy amount you will pay, and your total flood levy amount for the 2011-12 income year.
    • HELP repaymentThis calculator will help you work out the amount of compulsory Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) repayment on assessment of your income tax return.
    • HELP voluntary repaymentThis calculator gives you an estimate of the bonus you will receive when you make a voluntary repayment towards your HELP debt, and the amount that will remain after your voluntary repayment has been applied.
    • SFSS repaymentThis calculator will help you work out the amount of compulsory SFSS repayment on assessment of your income tax return.
    • Are you a residentThis tool will help you find out if you are an Australian resident for tax purposes, if you have recently arrived in Australia.
    • Comprehensive tax calculatorThis calculator will help you work out your tax refund or debt on a given taxable income for the 2013-14, 2012-13 and 2011-12 income years.
    • Do you need to lodge a tax return 2011A tool and instructions to help you work out if you need to lodge an income tax return.
    • Do you need to lodge a tax return 2012A tool and instructions to help you work out if you need to lodge an income tax return.
    • Tax withheld calculatorIf you are an employer or another withholding payer, the tax withheld calculator helps you work out the tax you need to withhold from payments you make to employees and other workers.
    • Calculate daysThis calculator will work out the number of days in a period you specify - for example, to calculate the number of days during an income year that you do not have to pay the Medicare levy surcharge.
    • Comprehensive tax calculatorThis calculator will help you work out your tax refund or debt on a given taxable income for the 2013-14, 2012-13 and 2011-12 income years.
    • Do I need to lodge a tax returnThis tool will help you work out if you need to lodge an income tax return. This tool is available for the 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 income years.
    • Simple tax calculatorThis calculator will help you work out the tax you owe on your taxable income for the 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 income years.
    • Whats right for me - myTax or e-tax?This tool will help you work out which electronic lodgment method suits your situation, myTax or e-tax?
    • Adjusted taxable income for dependent tax offsetsThis calculator will help you work out your ATI. You need to know your ATI to work out if you can claim any of the dependent tax offsets.
    • Income for Medicare levy surchargeThis calculator will help you work out your income for Medicare levy surcharge purposes. You need to know this figure to work out whether you have to pay the Medicare levy surcharge.
    • Income testsThis calculator will help you work out your adjusted taxable income (ATI), rebate income, income for Medicare levy surcharge purposes and private health insurance rebate percentage.
    • Private health insurance rebate calculatorThis calculator will help you work out your future entitlement to the private health insurance rebate and the rebate percentage that you can claim. It will also work out the Medicare levy surcharge rate to be charged if you did not have private health insurance.
    • Rebate income for senior Australians or pensioner tax offsetThis calculator will help you work out your rebate income. You need to know your rebate income to claim the seniors or pensioners tax offset.
    • Comprehensive tax calculatorThis calculator will help you work out your tax refund or debt on a given taxable income for the 2013-14, 2012-13 and 2011-12 income years.
    • Income testsThis calculator will help you work out your adjusted taxable income (ATI), rebate income, income for Medicare levy surcharge purposes and private health insurance rebate percentage.
    • Is your scholarship taxableThis calculator will help you work out whether or not your scholarship is taxable.
    • Simple tax calculatorThis calculator will help you work out the tax you owe on your taxable income for the 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 income years.
    • Adjusted taxable income for dependent tax offsetsThis calculator will help you work out your ATI. You need to know your ATI to work out if you can claim any of the dependent tax offsets.
    • Are you a residentThis tool will help you find out if you are an Australian resident for tax purposes, if you have recently arrived in Australia.
    • Comprehensive tax calculatorThis calculator will help you work out your tax refund or debt on a given taxable income for the 2013-14, 2012-13 and 2011-12 income years.
    • Dependent relative tax offsetThis calculator will help you to work out the amount of tax offset that you can claim for your parent, spouse's parent or invalid relative for the 2011-12 income year.
    • Do you need to lodge a tax return 2012A tool and instructions to help you work out if you need to lodge an income tax return.
    • Employee share schemes calculatorYou can use this calculator to estimate the market value of unlisted rights and the discount received when an employee joins an employee share scheme.
    • Foreign income conversion calculatorThis calculator will help you to convert foreign income into Australian dollars, using either a specific or an average rate of exchange for a range of countries. This calculator is available for the 2010–11, 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 income years.
    • Home office expensesThis calculator will help you work out the deduction you can claim where a home office is used for income producing purposes. This calculator is available for the 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 income years.
    • Income for Medicare levy surchargeThis calculator will help you work out your income for Medicare levy surcharge purposes. You need to know this figure to work out whether you have to pay the Medicare levy surcharge.
    • Income testsThis calculator will help you work out your adjusted taxable income (ATI), rebate income, income for Medicare levy surcharge purposes and private health insurance rebate percentage.
    • Net medical expenses tax offset calculatorThis calculator will help you work out the amount of medical expenses offset you can claim.
    • Rebate income for senior Australians or pensioner tax offsetThis calculator will help you work out your rebate income. You need to know your rebate income to claim the seniors or pensioners tax offset.
    • Self-education expensesThis calculator will give you an estimate of the deduction you can claim for work related self-education expenses on your tax return.
    • Senior Australians & pensioner tax offsetThis calculator will help you determine your eligibility, and calculate the amount of senior Australians tax offset and pensioner tax offset you can claim. This calculator is available for the 2011-12 income year.
    • Work related car expensesThis calculator will help you work out all four methods of work-related car expenses.
    • Work-related uniform expenses calculatorCalculates the deduction for work-related clothing, laundry and 'dry-cleaning expenses.
    • Zone or overseas forces tax offsetThis calculator will help you work out your eligibility for the zone or overseas forces tax offset and calculates the tax offset that you can claim for the 2013-14, 2012-13 and 2011-12 income years.
    • Are you a residentThis tool will help you find out if you are an Australian resident for tax purposes, if you have recently arrived in Australia.
    • Foreign income conversion calculatorThis calculator will help you to convert foreign income into Australian dollars, using either a specific or an average rate of exchange for a range of countries. This calculator is available for the 2010–11, 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 income years.
    • Residency status - leaving AustraliaUse this tool to establish your status if you have been living in Australia, and have recently left Australia, or intend to leave Australia soon. Residency status for tax purposes determines your liability to pay Australian personal tax on your income.
    • Do I need to lodge a tax returnThis tool will help you work out if you need to lodge an income tax return. This tool is available for the 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 income years.
    • Gross pay estimatorThis calculator will give you an estimate of your gross pay based on your net pay for a particular pay period (weekly, fortnightly or monthly). The gross pay estimator is for payments received in the 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 income years.
    • Whats right for me - myTax or e-tax?This tool will help you work out which electronic lodgment method suits your situation, myTax or e-tax?
    • Payment arrangementUse our online calculator to work out a payment arrangement that you can afford. Calculate different payment scenarios based on your circumstances and use these as a guide to propose a payment arrangement that enables you to address your tax obligations.
    • Net medical expenses tax offset calculatorThis calculator will help you work out the amount of medical expenses offset you can claim.
    • Private health insurance rebate calculatorThis calculator will help you work out your future entitlement to the private health insurance rebate and the rebate percentage that you can claim. It will also work out the Medicare levy surcharge rate to be charged if you did not have private health insurance.
    • Income for Medicare levy surchargeThis calculator will help you work out your income for Medicare levy surcharge purposes. You need to know this figure to work out whether you have to pay the Medicare levy surcharge.
    • Medicare levyThis calculator will help you work out your Medicare levy, including any half or full exemptions, and reductions based on family income. This calculator is available for the 2013-14, 2012-13, 2011-12, 2010-11 and 2009-10 income years.
    • Australian zone listThis tool can be used to find out whether an Australian place is located in a zone for the purposes of the zone tax offset.
    • Beneficiary tax offsetThis calculator will help you work out your beneficiary tax offset. The beneficiary tax offset is available to taxpayers who receive certain Centrelink benefits and Commonwealth education allowances. This calculator is available for the 2011-12 income year.
    • Beneficiary tax offset and seniors and pensioner tax offset calculatorThis calculator will help you determine your eligibility and calculate the amount of seniors and pensioners tax offset or beneficiary tax offset you can claim for 2013-14 and 2012-13 income years.
    • Dependent (invalid and carer) tax offset calculatorThis calculator will help you to work out the amount of tax offset that you can claim for a dependant who is an invalid or carer for the 2013-14 and 2012-13 income years.
    • Dependent relative tax offsetThis calculator will help you to work out the amount of tax offset that you can claim for your parent, spouse's parent or invalid relative for the 2011-12 income year.
    • Low income tax offsetThis calculator will help you work out whether you are eligible for the low income tax offset. It also calculates the amount of your offset if your taxable income is less than the low income tax offset threshold. This calculator is available for the 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 income years.
    • Lump sum payment in arrears tax offsetCalculates the tax offset that relates to a payment received in one tax year, and therefore assessable in that year, but which includes income that accrued in previous years.
    • Net medical expenses tax offset calculatorThis calculator will help you work out the amount of medical expenses offset you can claim.
    • Private health insurance rebate calculatorThis calculator will help you work out your future entitlement to the private health insurance rebate and the rebate percentage that you can claim. It will also work out the Medicare levy surcharge rate to be charged if you did not have private health insurance.
    • Senior Australians & pensioner tax offsetThis calculator will help you determine your eligibility, and calculate the amount of senior Australians tax offset and pensioner tax offset you can claim. This calculator is available for the 2011-12 income year.
    • Spouse (without dependent child or student) tax offset calculatorThis calculator will help you work out if you can claim the spouse (without dependent child or student) tax offset, and the amount of offset you can claim in your 2013-14 and 2012–13 tax returns.
    • Zone or overseas forces tax offsetThis calculator will help you work out your eligibility for the zone or overseas forces tax offset and calculates the tax offset that you can claim for the 2013-14, 2012-13 and 2011-12 income years.
    • Australian zone listThis tool can be used to find out whether an Australian place is located in a zone for the purposes of the zone tax offset.
    • Lump sum payment in arrears tax offsetCalculates the tax offset that relates to a payment received in one tax year, and therefore assessable in that year, but which includes income that accrued in previous years.
    • Gross pay estimatorThis calculator will give you an estimate of your gross pay based on your net pay for a particular pay period (weekly, fortnightly or monthly). The gross pay estimator is for payments received in the 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 income years.
    • Tax withheld calculatorIf you are an employer or another withholding payer, the tax withheld calculator helps you work out the tax you need to withhold from payments you make to employees and other workers.
    • Credit for interest on early paymentsThis calculator will help you work out your entitlement to a credit for interest on early payments of tax for the 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 income years.
    • EFT code or payment reference numberThis tool will provide you with your electronic funds transfer (EFT) code or payment reference number (PRN). You will need your EFT code or PRN to pay your income tax using BPAY, credit card or direct credit.
    • Gross pay estimatorThis calculator will give you an estimate of your gross pay based on your net pay for a particular pay period (weekly, fortnightly or monthly). The gross pay estimator is for payments received in the 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 income years.
    • Payment arrangementUse our online calculator to work out a payment arrangement that you can afford. Calculate different payment scenarios based on your circumstances and use these as a guide to propose a payment arrangement that enables you to address your tax obligations.
    • Progress of returnUse this tool to find out the status of the individual income tax return you have lodged for the latest financial year (ending 30 June).
    • Check your superIt is important to keep track of your super. If you've ever changed your name, address or job, you may have lost track of some of your super. Having several super accounts could mean that fees and charges are reducing your overall super investment. There are a number of ways to check and manage your super.
    • Dependent relative tax offsetThis calculator will help you to work out the amount of tax offset that you can claim for your parent, spouse's parent or invalid relative for the 2011-12 income year.
    • Net medical expenses tax offset calculatorThis calculator will help you work out the amount of medical expenses offset you can claim.
    • Private health insurance rebate calculatorThis calculator will help you work out your future entitlement to the private health insurance rebate and the rebate percentage that you can claim. It will also work out the Medicare levy surcharge rate to be charged if you did not have private health insurance.
    • Are you a residentThis tool will help you find out if you are an Australian resident for tax purposes, if you have recently arrived in Australia.
    • Residency status - leaving AustraliaUse this tool to establish your status if you have been living in Australia, and have recently left Australia, or intend to leave Australia soon. Residency status for tax purposes determines your liability to pay Australian personal tax on your income.
    • Decline in valueProvides reports of decline in value calculations. This includes disposal calculations, and comparisons between the prime cost and diminishing value methods of calculating deductions for decline in value.
    • Education tax refund calculatorTo help you work out how much education tax refund (ETR) you are entitled to claim.
    • Employee super guaranteeThe employee superannuation guarantee (SG) calculator tool is designed to help you determine whether you are eligible for SG contributions, and whether your employer is paying the correct amount.
    • HELP repaymentThis calculator will help you work out the amount of compulsory Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) repayment on assessment of your income tax return.
    • HELP voluntary repaymentThis calculator gives you an estimate of the bonus you will receive when you make a voluntary repayment towards your HELP debt, and the amount that will remain after your voluntary repayment has been applied.
    • Is your scholarship taxableThis calculator will help you work out whether or not your scholarship is taxable.
    • SFSS repaymentThis calculator will help you work out the amount of compulsory SFSS repayment on assessment of your income tax return.
    • Self-education eligibilityThis tool will help you work out if you are eligible to claim a deduction for work related self-education expenses on your tax return.
    • Self-education expensesThis calculator will give you an estimate of the deduction you can claim for work related self-education expenses on your tax return.
    • Temporary residents online applicationTemporary residents can request a refund of their superannuation money held in Australia by submitting an application online.
    • Employee super guaranteeThe employee superannuation guarantee (SG) calculator tool is designed to help you determine whether you are eligible for SG contributions, and whether your employer is paying the correct amount.
    • Check your superIt is important to keep track of your super. If you've ever changed your name, address or job, you may have lost track of some of your super. Having several super accounts could mean that fees and charges are reducing your overall super investment. There are a number of ways to check and manage your super.
    • Employee super guaranteeThe employee superannuation guarantee (SG) calculator tool is designed to help you determine whether you are eligible for SG contributions, and whether your employer is paying the correct amount.
    • Low income super contribution calculatorThe low income super contribution calculator (LISC) is a tool to help individuals estimate their LISC entitlement and eligibility.
    • Super co-contribution calculatorThe super co-contribution calculator is a tool to help individuals and the self-employed estimate their co-contribution entitlement and eligibility.
    • Temporary residents online applicationTemporary residents can request a refund of their superannuation money held in Australia by submitting an application online.
    • Undeducted Purchase PriceThe undeducted purchase price calculator will calculate the amount of the annual tax exclusion associated with the payment of a pension or annuity.
    • Home office expensesThis calculator will help you work out the deduction you can claim where a home office is used for income producing purposes. This calculator is available for the 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 income years.
    • Self-education expensesThis calculator will give you an estimate of the deduction you can claim for work related self-education expenses on your tax return.
    • Work related car expensesThis calculator will help you work out all four methods of work-related car expenses.
    • Work-related uniform expenses calculatorCalculates the deduction for work-related clothing, laundry and 'dry-cleaning expenses.