Individual Tax Rates
We are specialised in providing SMSF accounting, tax and audit services.
However, there are important information that an individual must know when it comes to their overall taxes. We are affiliated with National Tax & Accountants’ Association (NTAA) as a Member and they have put together a booklet with useful tax tables and detailed information regarding taxes on various entities.
Detailed NTAA booklet can be found here
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We have extracted some information that would be useful. These tax tables are mainly for 2021 financial year:
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The following table shows taxes on resident minors who earn and are under 18 years of age:
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Tax payer can receive a Spouse Contribution Tax Offset when they deposit a non-concessional contribution to the spouse’s super account. If we are the accountant, you will need to let us know or ensure to have a bank description noting it’s a spouse contribution and we will record it accordingly in the relevant year.
More on spouse contributions in an SMSF see here.
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If a Member makes a non-concessional contribution into their super and if they meet all the eligibility criteria and is a low or middle income earner they receive a government co-contribution up to $500.
More on how to receive government co-contribution in an SMSF see here.
Secondary objective of an effective tax strategy is to contribute into super. Contributions and earnings in super are taxed at an effective rate of 15% in accumulation phase and nil for accounts based pension phase. For more information on how super is taxed in an SMSF, see here.