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Budget 2013: Personal income tax rates

The 2013 Federal Budget, released on Tuesday contained a number of significant taxation changes that will impact on individual taxpayers.

Personal Income Tax Rates

Although individual income tax rates have remained unchanged, changes that were due to apply from 1 July 2015 have been deferred. Initially, the tax free threshold was set to increase from $18,200 to $19,400. The current legislated rates applicable for the 2013/14 income year are set to remain in place until 2017/18.

Tax rates for non-residents

For the 2013/14 income year, non residents will pay a flat rate of 32.5 per cent on all taxable income up to $80,000. For taxable income exceeding $80,000, the marginal tax rate for non-residents are the same as those for resident individuals. Proposed legislation to remove the capital gains tax discount for non-residents seems to be on schedule to be introduced in the final few weeks of Parliament.  Finally, non-residents will be subject to a non-final withholding tax of 10 per cent of the proceeds from the sale of certain taxable Australian property with effect from 1 July 2016.

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