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Tax tables

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

Last updated 22 November 2023

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. A tax withheld calculator that calculates the correct amount of tax to withhold is also available.

The tax tables that have look-up tables in portable document format (PDF) are available for download as quick links on this page. You can also link to more information about each tax table from this page.

Tax tables for previous years are also available at Tax rates and codes.

Important information – July 2023 updates

With the annual indexing of the repayment incomes for study and training support loans, the following schedule and tax tables were updated for the 2023–24 year:

There are no changes to other withholding schedules and tax tables for the 2023–24 income year. The legislated stage 3 income tax cuts are not due to commence until 1 July 2024 (the 2024–25 income year).

The following tax tables apply from 1 July 2023.

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 and Genuine redundancy and early retirement scheme payment limits, refer to Key super rates and thresholds.

The following tax tables were updated and apply from 1 July 2023.

Study and training support loans

Other tax tables

Note: Go to PALM scheme workers for withholding rates for individuals employed in that program. Go to Seasonal Worker Programme and Pacific Labour Scheme for withholding rates for individuals employed under those schemes.

More information

For more information see: