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How much tax will I pay this financial year?

Our calculator shows how much tax you'll pay this year so you can work out what your tax refund will look like.

Our calculator will show you how much tax you need to pay based on your annual income. From this, you can then figure out how much tax you should get back in your tax return, or how much you owe the Australian Tax Office (ATO). It only takes a couple of seconds to fill in the necessary information.

Please note that all outcomes provided in the calculator are based only on the information you provide, and you should only use it as general advice. It doesn't take into account your personal or financial situation. The calculator does not take into account any Medicare levy, HECS-HELP debt, or any capital gains tax you need to pay, and is just for your standard, annual income.

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Limited time offer: Complete your tax return online with assistance from H&R Block's accountants for as little as $9.50 if you lodge before 31st August. Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $20. A fast and easy option to complete all types of returns online.
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Bank Transfer
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Australia wide
Melbourne
finder Exclusive: This discounted fee is only available to customers who apply for a tax return with A One Accountants through finder. Students, seniors and non-permanent residents enjoy a further discount with a $77 flat fee. Click 'Go to site' and complete the contact form to find out more. T&Cs apply. Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $22. Lodge returns online, via phone or in person.
$69*
$0 for up to $1000 of deductions
$41 for more than $1000 of deductions
Credit/Debit card
Cash
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Sydney
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$79*
$0 when you purchase the $49 income package
Credit/Debit card
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Sydney
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$80*
Business tax: starting from $250
General deductions: $0
For motor vehicle expenses: $15
Credit/Debit card
Australia wide
Perth
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$85*
Business tax: starting from $140
$0 for up to 4 deductions
Additional $30 for 5 or more deductions
Debit/Credit card
Bank transfer
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
Australia wide
Sydney
Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $50. Receive your tax return within 10 working days. Post-lodgement assistance in debt negotiation also available.
$99*
Included in total income item fee
Credit/Debit card
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
Australia-wide
N/A
An ideal option if you're looking to lodge a complex return or want to maximise your refund with the help of a tax professional, but still want the convenience of doing your return online. Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $20.
$99*
$0
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Melbourne
Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $20. Lodge individual & company tax returns. Fast online form & free live chat.
$99*
$0 for up to 2 deductions
$29 for additional deductions
Credit/Debit card
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
Australia wide
Sydney
Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $29. Online and in-person tax services for individuals, sole traders and companies.
$99*
Business tax: starting from $179
$29 for up to 2 deductions
Additional $29 for extra deductions
Credit/Debit card
Bank transfer
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
N/A
Melbourne
Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $29. Basic tax returns over the phone Australia-wide. In-person individual and business tax returns in Melbourne.
$131*
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Updated August 22nd, 2018
Name Product Fee for unlimited income items (Wages) Deduction Item Fees Payment Options Online tax returns
Limited time offer:
$9.50*
Included in total income item fee
Credit/Debit card
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
Australia-wide
Limited time offer: Complete your tax return online with assistance from H&R Block's accountants for as little as $9.50 if you lodge before 31st August. Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $20. A fast and easy option to complete all types of returns online.
$99*
Included in total income item fee
Credit/Debit card
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
Australia-wide
An ideal option if you're looking to lodge a complex return or want to maximise your refund with the help of a tax professional, but still want the convenience of doing your return online. Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $20.
finder Exclusive: $99 flat fee
Included in flat fee
Credit/Debit card
Bank Transfer
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
Australia wide
finder Exclusive: This discounted fee is only available to customers who apply for a tax return with A One Accountants through finder. Students, seniors and non-permanent residents enjoy a further discount with a $77 flat fee. Click 'Go to site' and complete the contact form to find out more. T&Cs apply. Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $22. Lodge returns online, via phone or in person.
$99*
$0
Credit/Debit card
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
Australia wide
Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $20. Lodge individual & company tax returns. Fast online form & free live chat.
$79*
$0 when you purchase the $49 income package
Credit/Debit card
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
Australia wide
Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $10 for basic returns. Lodge individual & company tax returns. Fast online form & free live chat.
$69*
$0 for up to $1000 of deductions
$41 for more than $1000 of deductions
Credit/Debit card
Cash
Australia wide
Lodge individual & company tax returns online or in-person. Fast online form with additional options to complete tax returns for investment properties, sole trader tax and share investments.
$99*
$0 for up to 2 deductions
$29 for additional deductions
Credit/Debit card
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
Australia wide
Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $29. Online and in-person tax services for individuals, sole traders and companies.
$80*
Business tax: starting from $250
General deductions: $0
For motor vehicle expenses: $15
Credit/Debit card
Australia wide
A boutique firm that provides personalised experiences for all customers. Ideal option for individuals and small businesses based in Perth.
$155*
finder Exclusive: $5 discount
$0 for all work related deductions
Bank transfer
Credit/Debit card
Australia wide
finder Exclusive: $5 discount when you apply for a tax return with Bennetts Tax through finder. Click 'Go to site' and complete the contact form to find out more. Income item fee includes returns on interest, dividends, Superannuation and pension. A flexible option for individuals, sole traders and companies.
$85*
Business tax: starting from $140
$0 for up to 4 deductions
Additional $30 for 5 or more deductions
Debit/Credit card
Bank transfer
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
Australia wide
Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $50. Receive your tax return within 10 working days. Post-lodgement assistance in debt negotiation also available.
$80*
$0 for up to $1000 of deductions
$30 for more than $1000 of deductions
Credit/Debit card
Cash
Australia wide
Fast and reliable tax returns for individuals, businesses and self-managed super funds (SMSFs).

Compare up to 4 providers

Updated August 22nd, 2018
Name Product Fee for unlimited income items (Wages) Deduction Item Fees Payment Options On-site tax returns
$131*
Included in total income item fee
Credit/Debit card
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
Australia-wide
Visit one of 470 conveniently located office locations across Australia for a personalised service to maximise your tax return. Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $20.
$69*
$0 for up to $1000 of deductions
$41 for more than $1000 of deductions
Credit/Debit card
Cash
Sydney
Lodge individual & company tax returns online or in-person. Fast online form with additional options to complete tax returns for investment properties, sole trader tax and share investments.
$99*
$0 for up to 2 deductions
$29 for additional deductions
Credit/Debit card
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
Sydney
Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $29. Online and in-person tax services for individuals, sole traders and companies.
$85*
Business tax: starting from $140
$0 for up to 4 deductions
Additional $30 for 5 or more deductions
Debit/Credit card
Bank transfer
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
Sydney
Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $50. Receive your tax return within 10 working days. Post-lodgement assistance in debt negotiation also available.
$80*
$0 for up to $1000 of deductions
$30 for more than $1000 of deductions
Credit/Debit card
Cash
Sydney
Fast and reliable tax returns for individuals, businesses and self-managed super funds (SMSFs).

Compare up to 4 providers

Updated August 22nd, 2018
Name Product Fee for unlimited income items (Wages) Deduction Item Fees Payment Options On-site tax returns
$131*
Included in total income item fee
Credit/Debit card
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
Australia-wide
Visit one of 470 conveniently located office locations across Australia for a personalised service to maximise your tax return. Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $20.
finder Exclusive: $99 flat fee
Included in flat fee
Credit/Debit card
Bank Transfer
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
Melbourne
finder Exclusive: This discounted fee is only available to customers who apply for a tax return with A One Accountants through finder. Students, seniors and non-permanent residents enjoy a further discount with a $77 flat fee. Click 'Go to site' and complete the contact form to find out more. T&Cs apply. Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $22. Lodge returns online, via phone or in person.
$99*
Business tax: starting from $179
$29 for up to 2 deductions
Additional $29 for extra deductions
Credit/Debit card
Bank transfer
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
Melbourne
Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $29. Basic tax returns over the phone Australia-wide. In-person individual and business tax returns in Melbourne.
$99*
$0
Credit/Debit card
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
Melbourne
Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $20. Lodge individual & company tax returns. Fast online form & free live chat.

Compare up to 4 providers

Updated August 22nd, 2018
Name Product Fee for unlimited income items (Wages) Deduction Item Fees Payment Options On-site tax returns
$131*
Included in total income item fee
Credit/Debit card
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
Australia-wide
Visit one of 470 conveniently located office locations across Australia for a personalised service to maximise your tax return. Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $20.
$80*
Business tax: starting from $250
General deductions: $0
For motor vehicle expenses: $15
Credit/Debit card
Perth
A boutique firm that provides personalised experiences for all customers. Ideal option for individuals and small businesses based in Perth.

Compare up to 4 providers

Updated August 22nd, 2018
Name Product Fee for unlimited income items (Wages) Deduction Item Fees Payment Options On-site tax returns
$131*
Included in total income item fee
Credit/Debit card
Pay with your tax refund (no upfront payment)
Australia-wide
Visit one of 470 conveniently located office locations across Australia for a personalised service to maximise your tax return. Option to pay with your tax refund for an extra fee of $20.
$155*
finder Exclusive: $5 discount
$0 for all work related deductions
Bank transfer
Credit/Debit card
Canberra
finder Exclusive: $5 discount when you apply for a tax return with Bennetts Tax through finder. Click 'Go to site' and complete the contact form to find out more. Income item fee includes returns on interest, dividends, Superannuation and pension. A flexible option for individuals, sole traders and companies.

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How much tax will I get back?

The calculator will tell you how much tax you'll need to pay. If you've paid more tax than you need to (as stated on your group certificate or payment summary as the amount of tax withheld) you should get the difference back as a tax return. Alternatively, if you have not paid the correct amount of tax you will need to make up the difference and pay this to the ATO. Just make sure you are looking at the correct financial year when using the calculator.

Emma uses finder's calculator to figure out her tax return

Emma wants to get an idea of how much tax she'll receive this year in her tax return. For six months of the year she worked full time as a waitress at a cafe, and did not work the other six months as she was studying. Emma looks at the payment summary her boss gave her for the previous financial year and sees that she earned a total of $21,750 over the year. This is displayed as her gross payments on her payment summary. Using the calculator, Emma selects the correct financial year and enters $21,750 into the gross payments box and hits calculate.

The table tells her that she is required to pay $674.50 in tax to the Australian Taxation Office. However, looking at her payment summary, Emma can see that she has paid $4,845 in PAYG tax. Emma calculates the difference to be $4,170. This means that Emma has overpaid tax, and she should expect potential return of around $4,170 in her tax return. However, given that the calculator DOES NOT take into account the Medicare levy or her HECS-HELP debt, Emma ensures she factors this into final result. She calculates that her return will likely be just under $4,170.

*The above is a fictional case study only.

See the comprehensive finder.com.au tax returns guide here.

What are the tax thresholds for the 2017 - 2018 financial year?

To better understand how your tax is calculated, refer to the tax threshold table below. Each year, income tax rates depend on your income and your residency status. Non-residents are taxed at a high rate and are not entitled to a tax-free threshold. So if you're a non-resident, you'll need to pay tax on all income earned from an Australian source.

Taxable income Tax calculated at
Less than $18,200 None
$18,201 - $37,000 19c for each $1 over $18,200
$37,001 - $87,000 $3,572 plus 32.5c for each $1 over $37,000
$87,001 - $180,000 $19,822 plus 37c for each $1 over $87,000
More than $180,001 $54,232 plus 45c for each $1 over $180,000

What if I use an Australian Business Number (ABN)? Are the tax rates different?

If you're self-employed or a sole trader, you still pay the same income tax rates. For example, if you've earned $100,000 as a sole trader, you would need to pay $

I've already paid tax this year. Do I have to pay more?

This depends on your income. Maintaining the example above, if you earn $100,000 in the financial year and you've already paid $20,000 in PAYG tax, then you'll still need to pay the remaining $4,632. You can work out of you need to pay additional tax using our calculator above, by working out the difference between how much tax you need to pay and how much you've already paid, as stated on your payment summary.

Knowing how much tax you need to pay can help you budget for the year.

Case study - Max's tax tale

man applies for payday loanMax earns $45,000 per year. He wants to save 30% of his income but isn’t sure how much of the $45,000 he’ll be able to save each year. Using the calculator, he works out that he will have roughly $38,828 left after taxes. Max calculates that 30% of this total is $11,648.

Max divides this amount by 52 weeks and gets a figure of $224. This is the money he would have to save each week to meet his savings goal. Max figures out that saving this much will only leave him with approximately $522 per week once he deducts his savings. He decides that this is too much money for him to put away given his rent and living expenses, so he reduces the amount to $200 and in a year saves $10,400.

Your general tax questions answered

Do I need to declare interest on my savings account if it’s a small amount?

You’ll need to declare any interest earned in a savings account.

When do I need to lodge my tax return?

You need to lodge your tax returns by 31 October. Keep in mind that the financial year ends on the 30 June.

Is prize money taxable?

Winnings from lotteries, game shows and raffles aren’t taxable, but if you regularly receive winnings from game shows it might be.

Is child support taxable?

You usually don’t have to declare child support payments.

Are cash birthday presents taxable?

These are not taxable, although if the amount received was a large amount or was earned in a business-style transaction they might be.

Are overseas pensions taxable?

If you’re an Australian resident for tax purposes, you’ll be taxed on your foreign pensions, annuities, capital gains from overseas properties and more. Australia has a system to avoid double taxation in the event that you get taxed in the country where your income comes from. If you’re not an Australian resident, you usually won’t need to declare earnings from overseas sources.


Knowing how much tax you’ll pay in a year will help you to budget accurately and to plan your tax strategies. Remember that when planning your tax strategies, you should always seek the advice of a tax expert such as an accountant.

This article discusses individual tax returns for the financial year and how to use the finder Income Tax calculator. Tax calculations and slabs mentioned in this article are validated at the time of publishing and may vary with time. Committing to a Statement of Advice (SOA) is an individual decision. Users are also requested to read all terms and conditions carefully before committing to any Tax Service.

Want more tips on tax?

Use our comprehensive tax guides to stay on top of your finances this tax season.

Alison Banney

Alison Banney is the Senior Banking and Investment Writer for finder.com.au. She has worked in the content team for one of Australia's biggest banks, and is determined to help more Australians get excited about their finances through the use of clever content.

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    JayJuly 16, 2018

    My taxable income is $144000, and I’ve paid $48000 tax, putting me in the tax bracket up to $180000, I’ve worked out that with out all my deductions I should get around $8000 return however when I go into MyGov and estimate it only calculates $4500. Why would it do this?

    • finder Customer Care
      JeniJuly 26, 2018Staff

      Hi Jay,

      Thank you for getting in touch with finder.

      Please note that the accurate way to estimate your tax refund includes other factors such as reportable employer super contributions, Medicare levy exemption, reportable fringe benefits etc. The actual tax on your income may be different than the calculated amount shown from the ATO’s official page. If you find their computation questionable, please seek professional advice from a tax agent.

      I hope this helps.

      Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any other enquiries.

      Thank you and have a wonderful day!

      Cheers,
      Jeni

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    JazibMay 17, 2018

    Hello
    I have 25000$ income this year and i have received a compensation from my previous employer for 2015 and the tax for that amount i received is in this year payg which is 9000$ plus my current tax i paid 1200 how much will i be able to get in return ??
    Thanks

    • finder Customer Care
      NikkiMay 17, 2018Staff

      Hi Jazib!

      Thanks for your message and for visiting finder – the leading comparison website & general information service built to give you advice in your buying decision needs. How are you doing today?

      You may have to speak/contact a tax expert to give you the numbers on how much you’ll get in tax returns.

      Please note that we’re a product comparison website and we do not represent any company we feature on our site. We provide general information on products to assist you in your buying decision process hence we cannot recommend product / service that is rightfully fit for you.

      Hope this was helpful. Don’t hesitate to message us back if you have more questions.

      Cheers,
      Nikki

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    stacyJanuary 31, 2018

    I need to know how much someone is getting from claiming my two kids.

    • finder Customer Care
      JoanneFebruary 2, 2018Staff

      Hi Stacy,

      Thanks for reaching out.

      Child care expenses are not deductible, although you might be eligible for a child care rebate or child care benefit. You may go ahead and read further on this page to give you a guide to tax deductions.

      As this is general information, it would be best that you get in touch with tax agent or accountant for specialised advice.

      Cheers,
      Joanne

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    DiannJanuary 25, 2018

    Hello. If my yearly income is $25,000 and i have a spouse filing married and 1 child. How much will we get back?

    • finder Customer Care
      JonathanFebruary 22, 2018Staff

      Hi Diann, thanks for your inquiry.

      Tax returns depend on an individuals circumstances including their income, expenses, investments and exemptions from tax. As such, it is best to speak to a tax consultant to determine your estimated tax return for this year.

      Thanks,

      Jonathan

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    BridgetJuly 12, 2017

    I went to do my tax at tax today Fairfield. I got charged fees and also on top of that $500 which is for taxable income for tomorrow. Not too sure if I’ve been sucked in,but my return was $500 less than I was suppose to get

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      JonathanJuly 27, 2017

      Hello Bridget,

      Thank you for your inquiry today.

      You can lodge your tax return on ATO website for comparison.

      Hope this helps.

      Cheers,
      Jonathan

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    LiamJuly 6, 2017

    Do these figures include GST?

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      JonathanJuly 9, 2017

      Hi Liam!

      Thanks for reaching out! :)

      The table we have is on this page is an individual income tax table. It’s calculated on assessable income less any allowable deductions and this is not including GST.

      If you wish to know more how GST works, you can check this page. Link for the individual tax rate table is here.

      Hope this clarifies.

      Cheers,
      Jonathan

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    anuJuly 6, 2017

    hi
    I am having my annual salary $46712.64
    superannuation $2690.87
    I am filing tax return for the first time
    how much I will get back

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      DanielleJuly 6, 2017

      Hi Anu,

      Thank you for contacting finder. We are a comparison website and general information service, we’re more than happy to offer general advice.

      You can use the calculator on this page for an estimate. Input $46,712.64 as your annual salary and the result will show you’re liable to pay $6,728.61 in tax. So to compute your estimated tax return:

      $6,728.61 – $2690.87 = $4,037.74

      But please take note that the results should be used as indication or for general advice only as all other personal circumstances are not yet taken into account. If you need expert advice on taxes, please seek a tax expert such as a tax agent or a specialist tax provider.

      I hope this helps.

      Cheers,
      Danielle

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    JuanJune 19, 2017

    HI,

    My annual income is 50000. How much every fortnight should I receive?

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      DanielleJune 20, 2017

      Hi Juan,

      Thank you for contacting finder.com.au. We are a comparison website and general information service, we’re more than happy to offer general advice.

      If you use the Income Tax Calculator built in with this page, you will see that the results are:

      Net annual income: $ 42,203.00
      Tax: $ 7,797.00

      This estimate does not include any applicable Medicare levy, Medicare levy surcharge, Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS), or Student Financial Supplement Scheme (SFSS) liabilities. The actual tax on your income may be higher than the calculated amount shown.

      For additional options that can help you look into your tax return, you may refer to this page.

      I hope this helps.

      Cheers,
      Danielle

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    ianJune 18, 2017

    I earn $40000 and have taken $22000 which the super people did not tax, so how much will I have to pay at the end of the year?

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      LiezlJune 20, 2017

      Hi Ian,

      Thanks for your question.

      Unfortunately, we won’t be able to compute the amount of your tax for you as we are not qualified tax experts. Kindly note there are several factors you have to take into consideration when computing for your tax such as deductions you’re entitled to claim and tax you have to pay on your super contributions. It’s a good idea to seek the advice from Australian Tax Office or consult with a qualified tax expert to find our how much tax you have to pay.

      I hope this has helped.

      Cheers,
      Liezl

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    June 5, 2017

    Hi I’m Steve , last year I cashed in some of my super under financial hardship. I pretty sure I paid tax something like $1800 from the super when I got it. Will I get that all back this year. ? I haven’t worked this year due to the injuries and operations.

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      DanielleJune 5, 2017

      Hi Steve,

      Thank you for reaching out to us here at finder.com.au. We are a comparison website and general information service, we’re more than happy to help.

      It would be best seek professional advice, preferably to a tax specialist who is more knowledgeable about the direct impact of Super on tax

      I hope this helps.

      Cheers,
      Danielle

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