Tax rates and codes

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  1. Individual income tax rates
  2. Tax tables
    Weekly tax table | Fortnightly tax table | Monthly tax table | Estimated tax savings for workplace giving 
  3. Help, TSL and SFSS repayment thresholds and rates
  4. Foreign exchange rates
  5. Company tax rates
  6. Schedule 7 – Tax table for unused leave payments on termination of employment
  7. Key superannuation rates and thresholds
  8. Consumer price index (CPI) rates
  9. General interest charge (GIC) rates
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  • Changes to company tax rates
  • There are two company tax rates – 30% and the lower 27.5% tax rate. This page covers changes to the lower company tax rate and how to work out franking credits.
  • Company tax
  • The company tax rates in Australia from 2001–02 to 2019–20.
  • Consumer price index
  • The consumer price index (CPI) rates have been updated to include the March 2021 quarter figure.
  • Division 7A - benchmark interest rate
  • Information on the 'benchmark interest rate' under Division 7A of Part 3 of the Income Tax Assessment ACT 1936. The applicable rate for an income year is the 'Indicator Lending Rates' – Housing loans; Banks; Variable; Standard; Owner-occupier' rate last published by the Reserve Bank of Australia before the start of the income year.
  • FBT
  • Fringe benefits tax (FBT) rates and thresholds for employers for the 2017–18 to 2021–22 FBT years. An FBT rate of 47% applies across these years.
  • Foreign exchange rates
  • List of daily, monthly and annual foreign exchange rates. Updated to include monthly rates from the Reserve Bank of Australia for April 2021.
  • From 1 July 2018
  • Fuel tax credit rates for non-businesses from 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019.
  • Individual income tax for prior years
  • The amount of income tax and the tax rate you pay depends on how much you earn. The more you earn, the higher your rate of tax. Prior year rates are available here.
  • Individual income tax rates
  • These rates show the amount of tax payable in every dollar for each income bracket for individual taxpayers.
  • Key superannuation rates and thresholds
  • These are the key rates and thresholds that apply in relation to contributions and benefits, employment termination payments, super guarantee and co-contributions.
  • Rates - business
  • This page outlines the changes to fuel tax credit rates for business, and provides links to the rates for each financial year.
  • SMSF supervisory levy
  • Information about the amounts funds will have to pay under the SMSF supervisory levy payment arrangements.
  • Schedule 9 - Tax table for seniors and pensioners
  • Tax table for payments for seniors and pensioners who at the end of the relevant financial year are at least 66 years of age. This table also applies to veterans receiving a service pension and war widows/widowers receiving an income support supplement from Dept of Veterans’ Affairs who are at least 60.
  • Tax tables
  • This document provides a list of quick links to the pay as you go (PAYG) withholding tax tables.
  • Your income if you are under 18 years old
  • Special rules apply to the income earned by individuals under 18 years old. Under these rules, certain types of income, such as a distribution from a family trust, may be taxed at higher rates.