Non-resident foreign income
Part year and full year non-residents for Australian tax purposes are required to report their worldwide income, if they had Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) debt or Trade Support Loan (TSL) liability on 1 June 2017.
Worldwide income is:
If you are a non-resident for Australian tax purposes, you must report your non-resident foreign-sourced income here so that we can work out your overseas levy amount.
Non-resident foreign income section
This information may not apply to the current year. Check the content carefully to ensure it is applicable to your circumstances.
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From the available occupations, select the closest matching occupation from which you earned the majority of your foreign-sourced income during the year.
If your occupation is not listed, or you were not employed (for example, you were an investor, retired or a pensioner), select ‘Occupation not listed’.
Select the income assessment method to calculate your foreign-sourced income
There are three assessment methods available to determine your non-resident foreign-sourced income:
The method you choose to determine your non-resident foreign-sourced income this year does not restrict your choice of method in a subsequent year.
Net non-resident foreign income
Enter the net amount of your non-resident foreign income calculated under the assessment method you are using for this amendment. To complete this field, follow the instructions for the assessment method you are using.
All amounts must be converted to Australian dollars before being reported, using the average annual exchange rate for the financial year most closely corresponding to the 2016–17 income year. For assistance converting your currency, you can use the foreign income conversion calculatorThis link opens in a new window.