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Tax tables

Use these quick links to find the pay as you go (PAYG) withholding tax tables.

Last updated 16 June 2024

About tax tables

We produce a range of tax tables to help you work out how much to withhold from payments you make to your employees or other payees.

Tax tables for previous years are also available.

Important information – July 2024 updates

Amendments to income tax rates that were made by the Treasury Laws Amendment (Cost of Living Tax Cuts) Act 2024 will apply to the 2024–25 financial year resulting in updates to all 15 withholding schedules and 12 tax tables from 1 July 2024. This includes the study and training support loans schedule and tax tables due to the annual indexing of the repayment income thresholds.

Other changes include the increasing of scales for Schedule 9 – Tax table for seniors and pensioners (NAT 4466) to include full and half Medicare levy exemptions for the 3 payee categories, and the renumbering of Schedule 29 – Tax table for payments made under voluntary agreements (NAT 3352) to Schedule 10.

Some of the schedules and tax tables have had no material changes but are updated for other reasons including formatting and having up-to-date examples, cap or payment limit amounts.

Tax tables

The following tax tables apply from 1 July 2024.

Regular payments

Statement of formulas

Medicare levy

Superannuation payments

Note: For current year super cap amounts, refer to Key super rates and thresholds.

Payee or industry specific tax tables

Types of payment specific tax tables

Note: For current year ETP cap amounts, genuine redundancy and early retirement scheme payment limits, refer to Key super rates and thresholds.

Study and training support loans

Other tax tables

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