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Tax Tables

The stage 3 legislated tax cuts take effect from the 2024-25 income year, resulting in all withholding schedules being updated to apply from 1 July 2024, as set out below.

The previous tax tables came into force on 13 October 2020, and apply up to 30 June 2024 (with limited exceptions).

Note that in some circumstances specified by regulation, PAYG withholding amounts may be reduced, or reduced to nil.

Current tax withholding schedules

Reminder: Due to changes in the tax rates, new tax withholding schedules apply from 1 July 2024.

Amendments to the stage 3 tax cuts that were made by the Treasury Laws Amendment (Cost of Living Tax Cuts) Act 2024 will apply to the 2024-25 income year resulting in updates to all withholding schedules and tax tables from 1 July 2024.

Spreadsheet Calculator Individual Tax Withholding (ATO Scales 1 to 6)

The tool handles calculations for tax scales 1 to 6, which includes resident, non-resident, optional medicare levy reduction, HECS/HELP loan calculations and claiming of tax offsets.

A downloadable Excel spreadsheet withholding calculator for individuals which contains the most commonly used tax scales for weekly, fortnightly, monthly and quarterly calculations.

For Years 2021-22 to 2023-24
(applies to 30 June 2024)

Tax withholding spreadsheet calculator for 2021-22
Tax instalment (withholding) calcuator for 2024-25

Earlier years’ withholding schedules

Some (incomplete series) tables from earlier years have been retained on this site and can be accessed here:

See Also The Tax Office’s Mobile App

The Tax Office’s free mobile app contains a number of handy tax tools, and includes a salary and wage PAYG tax withholding calculator. Get the ATO App

Further info and sources

This page was last modified 2024-07-01