• A2 Part-year tax-free threshold 2015

    If you were not an Australian resident for the whole 2014-15 year, we use the information you show at this item on your tax return to work out your tax-free threshold.

    If you are not sure whether you are an Australian resident, read Are you an Australian resident for tax purposes?

    In 2014–15 did you:

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    • become an Australian resident, or
    • stop being an Australian resident?

    No

    Go to question A3 Government super contributions 2015

    Yes

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    Did you receive any Australian Government pension or allowance, which you showed at item 5 or item 6?

    No

    Go to Completing your tax return.

    Yes

    Read on.

    Was this amount only for:

    • Youth allowance
    • Newstart allowance
    • a sickness allowance
    • a special benefit, or
    • a payment under the Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP) Scheme?

    Yes

    Go to Completing your tax return.

    No

    You are entitled to the full tax-free threshold. You do not need to answer this question. Go to question A3.

    Completing your tax return

    Step 1

    Write the date you became, or stopped being, an Australian resident for tax purposes in the Date box at item A2.

    Step 2

    Write the number of months that you were an Australian resident in 2014–15 (counting the first month during which you became, or stopped being, a resident) at N item A2.

    For example, if you:

    • became a resident in November 2014 and remained a resident for the rest of the income year, you would write 8
    • stopped being a resident in September 2014, you would write 3.

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      Last modified: 29 May 2015QC 44220