1 CPA Australia Tax and Social Security Guide: This guide is the initiative of the CPA Australia Retirement Savings Centre of Excellence. Information is current based on legislation as at 1 July Tax Rates Tax for Minors unearned income Marginal $0-$416 Nil $417-$1,307 66% Excess over $1,307 on all income Earned income taxed at (adult) marginal s Resident personal tax s 1/7/13-30/6/14 Taxable Marginal Tax Payable $ $ Rate Up to 18,200 Nil Nil 18,201 37,000 19% 19c for each $1 over 18,200 37,001-80, ,572 plus 32.5c for each $1 over 37,000 80,001-37% 17,547 plus 37c for each $1 over 80,000 Excess over 54,547 plus 45c for each $1 over Non-resident personal tax s 1/7/13-30/6/14 Taxable Marginal Tax Payable $ $ Rate Up to 80, c for each $1 over 80,001-37% 26,000 plus 37c for each $1 over 80,000 Excess over $ 63,000 plus for each $1 over $ Medicare levy 1.5% of taxable income not applicable to: Non-residents Individual taxpayers where taxable income is under the threshold amount - $20,541 (2012/13) Married taxpayers where family income is under the family income threshold - $33,693 + $3,094 for ea. Dependent child/student (20121/13) Medicare levy shaded in where taxable income is above the threshold limits. Medicare levy surcharge Taxable income ($) Single Tier 1 88, ,000 Tier 2 102, ,000 Taxable income Surcharge ($) Families*^ 176, , , , % Tier 3 Over 136,000 Over 272, % *Threshold increased by $1,500 per child after the first ^ Single parents and couples (including de facto couples) subject to family tiers Other Tax Rates Tax Rate Company 3 Superannuation fund: - Complying - Non-complying Insurance and Friendly Society Bonds 3 Tax Offsets Low income tax offset (LITO) Max. Shade-out Rebate threshold $ Level $* Low income earner Cut-out threshold $ ,000 66,667 * Reduced by 1.5c for each $1 of taxable income over $37,000. Tax free threshold effectively $20,542. Not available for minors on unearned income. Senior and Pensioners Tax Offset (SAPTO) Max. Shade-out Rebate threshold $ Level $* Cut-out threshold $ Single 2,230 32,279 50,119 (each) 1,602 28,974 41,790 2,040 31,279 47,599 (sepad due to illness each) * Rebate reduces by 12.5c for each $1 of taxable income above the shade-out threshold.
2 Fringe Benefits Tax Fringe benefits tax (FBT Year end 31 March 2013) Fringe benefit provided Gross-up After 30/6/00 which have been to an input tax credit under GST regime Does not attract an input tax credit FBT Rate is 46.5% and calculated on tax-inclusive value of fringe benefit provided in the year. Statutory Fractions for car benefit valuation Flat statutory of 2 applies (subject to transitional rules), regardless of distance travelled, to all car fringe benefits provided after 7.30pm AEST on 10 May The statutory percentages for car fringe benefits below apply to pre-existing commitments prior to AEST on 10 May 2011, or where there is a pre-existing commitment in place to provide the car after this time. Annualised no. of whole kms Existing Contracts 15, ,000 to 24, ,000 to 40, More than 40, Transitional arrangements and s Apply to any new commitments entered into from 10 May 2011 Where there is a change to pre-existing commitment these transitional arrangements will also apply. Employment Termination Payments Under preservation age Preservation age or over All ages Payment is because of: early retirement scheme genuine redundancy invalidity compensation for personal injury, unfair dismissal, harassment or discrimination. Under preservation age Preservation age or over All ages Thresholds $0-$ over $0-$ over Maximum tax * 3 3 Cap to apply Lesser of ETP cap and wholeofincome cap Payment is because of: golden handshake gratuities payment in lieu of notice payment for unused sick leave payment for unused rostered days off. * Plus Medicare Levy (1.5%) ^ Indexed to AWOTE, increase in $5,000 increments. Whole-of-income cap for & onwards is $ (not indexed). Superannuation spouse contribution tax offset Spouse (SAI) Max. Rebatable Contribution (MRC)$ Max. Rebate $ (18% of the lesser of) 0-10,800 3,000 MRC or actual contribution 10,801 13,799 3,000 (SAI- 10,800) MRC or actual contribution 13,800+ Nil Nil * Includes reportable fringe benefits + reportable employer super contributions Annualised no. of whole kms 15,000 15,000-25,000 25,000-40,000 Over 40,000 Statutory % From 10 From 1 May April From 1 April From 1 April 2014 Death benefit employment termination payments Thresholds Maximum tax * Dependent Non-dependent 3 * Plus Medicare Levy (1.5%) ^ Indexed to AWOTE, increase in $5,000 increments. Applies regardless whether deceased would have qualified for the transitional arrangements between 1 July 2007 and 30 June 2012.
3 Other Termination Payments Non ETP lump sum payments Period of accrual Unused Long Service Accrued Annual amount Max. tax * Pre 16/8/78 5% Marginal 16/5/ /8/93 Post 17/8/93 10 Marginal Pre 18/8/ Post 17/8/93 10 Marginal * Tax s excludes Medicare Levy Bona fide redundancy and approved early retirement scheme payments Period of accrual amount Max. tax * Unused Long Service Pre 16/8/78 5% Marginal Post /8/93 Accrued Full Period 10 3 Annual Bona fide redundancy Tax-Free Amount: $9,246 + $4,624 for each completed year of service (2013/2014) * Excludes Medicare Levy Life expectancy tables Age Life Expectancy (yrs) Age Life Expectancy (yrs) Male Female Male Female * Apply from 1 January 2010 Age Pension Qualification Date of Birth Eligible for Age Pension at Age Women Men 1 January June July December January June July December January June July December January Pension Rates Max. Benefit $ * Max. Benefit $ (per annum)* Single , (each) , , (each) * Excludes the Pension Supplement - $61.70 (singles) and $46.50 (couples) per fortnight can elect to receive as a quarterly Also excludes Clean Energy Supplement - $13.70 (singles) and $10.30 (couple, each). Test threshold* cutout** Single Up to $156 $1, Up to $276 $2, Up to $276 $3, includes reportable super contributions and net investment losses. Exempt from income test if permanently blind and receive Age Pension or Disability Support Pension (DSP). *Fortnightly pension reduced by 50c (single) or 25c (couple) for each dollar over the threshold. **Payment s may be higher if also receive Rent Assistance with the pension Work Bonus First $250 of employment income earned each fortnight exempt from the income test. Any unused amount earned between $0 and $250 is added to the Work Bonus balance, up to $6,500. This can be used to offset any future employment income earned in a single fortnight above $250.
4 Assets Test Lower Limit* Upper Limit# Homeowner Single Up to $196,750 $748,250 Up to $279,000 $1,110,500 Up to $279,000 $1,382,000 Up to $279,000 $1,110,500 Non-homeowner Lower Limit* Upper Limit# Single Up to $339,250 $890,750 $1,253,000 $1,524,500 $1,253,000 * Rate of pension reduces by $1.50 per fortnight for every $1,000 above lower limit. # Limits may increase if you receive Rent Assistance with pension Extra allowable amount for retirement village and granny flat residence Extra allowable amount* $142,500 * Amount equal to different between the non-homeowner and homeowner assets test limits. If entry contribution is equal to or less than the extra allowable amount at the time of entry, then assessed as a non-homeowner. Entry contribution will count as an asset. May also quality for Rent Assistance. Deeming Rates Single (Pension or allowance) combined (Pensioner) for each allowee (Neither is Pensioner) Financial Investment $0 - $46,600 $0 - $77,400 $0-$38,700 Deeming Rate Pension Bonus Scheme Years in the scheme Single Max. Rate Partnered (each) Max. 1 year $1, $1, years $7, $5, years $17, $12, years $30, $22, years $47, $35, Closed to new entrants 20 Sept 2009 (unless qualified for Age Pension before this), subject to eligibility tests e.g. work test. Paid as a lump sum, dependent upon how much Age Pension entitled to and time in scheme. Age Pension Transition Rules Pension Rates Max. Benefit *$ Maximum Benefit (per annum)*$ Single , (each) , * Excludes Clean Energy Supplement - $13.70 (singles) and $10.30 (couples, each). Test threshold* cutout** Single Up to $156 $1, Up to $276 $3, Up to $276 $3, Allowable income increased by up to $24.60/dependent child. * Transitional/saved cases, pension reduced by 40c (single) and 20c (couple). **Payment s may be higher if also receive Rent Assistance with the pension Pension Loan Scheme Loan paid in regular fortnightly instalments. Loan amount depends on property value offered as security, equity to retain & age at time loan is granted. Compounding interest charged on the balance of the loan and calculated on a fortnightly basis. Can receive up to max. amount of Age Pension including Pharmaceutical Allowance and Rent Assistance each fortnight.
5 Assets Test Lower Limit* Upper Limit# Homeowner Single Up to $196,750 $663,750 Up to $279,000 $1,032,500 Up to $279,000 $1,213,000 Up to $279,000 $1,032,500 Non-homeowner Lower Limit* Upper Limit# Single Up to $339,250 $806,250 $1,175,000 $1,335,500 $1,175,000 * Rate of pension reduces by $1.50/fortnight for every $1,000 above lower limit. # Limits may increase if you receive Rent Assistance with pension Social Security Fringe Benefits Commonwealth Seniors Health Card To qualify must: have reached pension age but not qualify for the Age Pension (or other certain pensions) be an Australian resident living in Australia have an annual adjusted taxable income below the income test threshold, where adjusted taxable income = taxable income + foreign income (where no Australian income tax is paid) + net investment losses + employer provided benefits (in excess of $1000) + reportable super contributions. Test* Single $50,000 s $80,000 s sepad by $100,000 illness combined * Limit increased by $ for each dependent child the individual cares for. The Commonwealth Seniors Health Care Card also provides access to the Seniors Supplement. Liquid Assets Waiting Period Threshold (Equal of exceeds) Single (no children) $5,500 Single (with children) $11,000 Partnered $11,000 * Liquid Assets Waiting Period applicable if have a certain amount of available assets on the date after left work or study, or on the day claim an income support ** Applicable to Newstart Allowance, Youth Allowance, Sickness Allowance and Austudy. Copyright CPA Australia Ltd 2013 DISCLAIMER: CPA Australia Ltd has used reasonable care and skill in compiling the content of this material. However, CPA Australia Ltd makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of any information in these materials. These materials are not intended to be advice, whether legal or professional. All names, figures, solutions and scenarios are fictitious and have been established for training purposes only. You should not act solely on the basis of the information contained in these materials as parts may be generalised and the application of exercises, examples and case studies may vary from organisation to organisation and may apply differently to different people and circumstances. Further, as laws change frequently, all practitioners, readers, viewers and users are advised to undertake their own research or to seek professional advice to keep abreast of any reforms and developments in the law.
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