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salary tax question

rajotolentinorajotolentino Quezon CityTotal Reaction Points: 0Member
edited May 2012 in Working in Australia Posts: 2
I am a nurse on a 457 visa.

Will I receive the full amount that is stated in my job offer/contract? or will they still deduct tax from it?

how much is the tax for nurses on a 457 visa?

Thanks
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  • apcapc BrisbaneTotal Reaction Points: 4Member
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    Everyone earning income in Australia have to pay tax regardless of occupation. The salary in your job offer is your gross salary, they will still deduct tax. check this link to know how much tax is to be deducted

    http://www.ato.gov.au/individuals/content.aspx?doc=/content/12333.htm&pc=001/002/046/002/002&mnu=42570&mfp=001&st=&cy=

    Are you already in OZ or are you still waiting for your 457 to be granted?
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  • LokiJrLokiJr Quezon CityTotal Reaction Points: 27Member, Moderator
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    Gross po yan so wala pang tax dun. At sa Australia sarili ang pagpasa ng Income Tax Return kaya sariling diskarte sa pag-apply ng deductions at offsets :)



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  • mahbimahbi SingaporeTotal Reaction Points: 0Member
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    Ask ko lang po @lokijr kung usually how much yung percentage ng tax? For example 20-30%? Thanks in advance
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  • TasBurrfootTasBurrfoot OsakaTotal Reaction Points: 275Member, Moderator
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    Ask ko lang po @lokijr kung usually how much yung percentage ng tax? For example 20-30%? Thanks in advance
    @mahbi - google can help you... for one, nobody knows your salary hence di malaman how much yung tax mo.
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    Thanks guys @whizler & @tasBurrfoot!
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  • aanoveraanover SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 2Member
    edited June 2015 Posts: 122
    Hi, I am on 457 visa and had just worked for 2 month for the current financial year. I know I am resident for tax purposes. But for this financial year, since 2 months lang po akong nagwork, will I be considered non-resident for tax purposes for this year? Also, if less than 18K lang yung annual income ko for this financial year, most likely po ba eh may refund ako? Thanks in advance
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  • lock_code2004lock_code2004 PerthTotal Reaction Points: 268Member, Moderator
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    @aanover most likely may refund ka..
    visit a tax accountant to file your tax return
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    Hi, I am on 457 visa and had just worked for 2 month for the current financial year. I know I am resident for tax purposes. But for this financial year, since 2 months lang po akong nagwork, will I be considered non-resident for tax purposes for this year? Also, if less than 18K lang yung annual income ko for this financial year, most likely po ba eh may refund ako? Thanks in advance
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  • waraywaray SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 11Member
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    @JCsantos, sino accountant nyo? Mag-ask sana kami ng advice para sa tax loss kasi September lang ako nag-start mag-work dito.
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  • trtztrtz MelbourneTotal Reaction Points: 2Member
    edited July 21 Posts: 21
    Hi,

    Any tax accountant present atm? Just like to ask if the km allowances stated in the Payment Summary should all be declared as income in the individual tax forms? There are two sections of the allowances in my husband's payment summary : Km up to 5000 and Km over 5000. Should these both go into the taxable income? Ang laki ksi ng babayaran nmin s ATO kung ganun.
    Appreciate any information and explanations!
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  • mahbimahbi SingaporeTotal Reaction Points: 0Member
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    Hello po, ask ko lang sa galing po ng Sg, did you guys declare your income in Sg for Tax purpose here in Au? Kasi meron pong question dun about foreign income. Kya lang may Tax narin naman sa Sg, so we paid narin naman yun before coming here... tia po!!!!
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  • fruitysfruitys BrisbaneTotal Reaction Points: 21Member
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    @mahbi If you still earn income in SG and you're an AU resident for tax purposes yes you have to declare it. You'll get a foreign tax offset and you'll enter that in the tax form so you don't get double-taxed.

    The general rule is if it's income then you declare it even if you won't get taxed on it.
    Or better yet, get an accountant as their fees are tax-deductible.
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