6 June 2017
If you employ backpackers who are in Australia on a 417 or 462 working holiday visa there are some things you'll need to do following the tax rate changes that started on 1 January 2017.
Hired a working holiday maker before 1 January 2017?
You'll need to issue two payment summaries for any working holiday maker you employed both before and after 1 January:
Hiring or thinking of hiring working holiday makers?
There are three things you'll need to do:
If you don't register, not only will you need to withhold at the foreign resident tax rate of 32.5% from the first dollar your working holiday maker earns, but you might also be penalised.
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