Tax Tables 2014-15

Withholding tax tables for 2014-15 take into account the increase in Medicare levy and the introduction of the Temporary Budget Repair levy from 1 July 2014, and to reflect the indexation of repayment thresholds for the Higher Education Loan Program and Financial Supplement repayments.

These table only apply until 30 June 2015.

Fortnightly tax table Tax table for payments made on a fortnightly basis

Fortnightly tax table with no and half Medicare levy Tax table for fortnightly payments made to a prescribed person entitled to a full or half Medicare exemption

HELP fortnightly tax table Tax table for payments made fortnightly and employee has a HELP debt

HELP monthly tax table Tax table for payments made monthly and employee has a HELP debt.

HELP weekly tax table Tax table for payments made weekly and employee has a HELP debt

Medicare levy adjustment fortnightly tax table Tax table for payments made on a fortnightly basis and employee is entitled to a Medicare levy adjustment

Medicare levy adjustment monthly tax table Tax table for payments made on a monthly basis

Medicare levy adjustment weekly tax table Tax table for payments made on a weekly basis and employee is entitled to a Medicare levy adjustment

Monthly tax table Tax table for payments made on a monthly basis

SFSS fortnightly tax table Tax table for payments made fortnightly and employee has a Financial Supplement debt

SFSS monthly tax table Tax table for payments made monthly and employee has a Financial Supplement debt.

SFSS weekly tax table Tax table for payments made weekly and employee has a Financial Supplement debt

Schedule 1 – Statement of formulas for calculating amounts to be withheld A schedule to help calculate the amounts to be withheld from payments made on a weekly, fortnightly, monthly or quarterly basis if using own a payroll software package.

Schedule 10 – Tax table for JPDA Tax table for payments made to individuals for work or services performed in the Joint Petroleum Development Area. For payments made on or after 1 July 2014.

Schedule 11 – Tax table for employment termination payments Tax table for payments made to an individual as an employment termination payment or a delayed termination payment.

Schedule 14 – Tax table for additional amounts to withhold as a result of an agreement to increase withholding Use this table if there is an agreement in place between you and your payee to withhold an additional amount. For payments made on or after 1 February 2015.

Schedule 2 – Tax table for individuals employed in horticultural or shearing industry Tax table for payments made to employees who are in the horticultural or shearing industry.

Schedule 29 – Tax table for payments made under voluntary agreements For payments made on or after 1 July 2013 to an individual under a voluntary agreement. NAT 3352

Schedule 3 – Tax table for actors variety artists and other entertainers Tax table for payments made to employees who are actors, variety artists or other entertainers

Schedule 4 – Tax table for return to work payments Tax table for payments made to an individual to resume working for, or providing services to an employer. For payments made from 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2017.

Schedule 5 – Tax table for back payments commissions bonuses and similar payments Tax table for payments of salary and wages that includes a back payment, a commission or bonus or similar payment.

Schedule 6 – Tax table for annuities Tax table for payments made as an annuity that is not a super income stream

Schedule 7 – Tax table for unused leave payments on termination of employment Tax table for payments made to an employee for unused leave on termination of their employment.

Schedule 8 – Calculating HELP in conjunction with SFSS A schedule to help calculate the amounts to be withheld from payments made on a weekly basis for employees who have an accumulated HELP debt or an accumulated FS debt

Schedule 9 – Tax table for seniors – pensioners Tax table for payments made to seniors and pensioners who at the end of the relevant financial year are at least 65 years of age.

Tax table for daily and casual workers Tax table for payments made to employees on a daily or casual basis

Weekly tax table Tax table for payments made on a weekly basis.

Weekly tax table with no and half Medicare levy Tax table for weekly payments made to a prescribed person entitled to a full or half Medicare levy exemption

Source: ato.gov.au

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