What is the difference between resident and non-resident tax rates?

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What is the difference between resident and non-resident tax rates?

Non-residents pay tax on most Australian source income. They pay tax on every dollar of taxable income as declared on their tax return but do not pay Medicare. Residents have to declare all income earned in and out of Australia. A tax free threshold of $18,200 (for the 2015 year) is available to them and a resident may be entitled to claim some tax offsets (rebates) that are not available to non-residents. Depending on their income, a resident may also have to pay the Medicare levy and Medicare levy surcharge.

By | 2017-05-02T23:38:18+10:00 September 12th, 2013|Comments Off on What is the difference between resident and non-resident tax rates?
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