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Old 12-26-2012, 04:40 PM
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Are PR paying taxes

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Dose PR are paying taxes ? If yes what are the tax ranges in Australia .

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Everybody pays taxes. That's a really strange question. How do you expect to receive government services like medicare, centrelink, roads and etc without paying taxes? Evading tax is a crime and against the law. Tax range differs depending on the income.

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Income taxes? Yes. The rates are lower than for people on working holiday visas or student visas below 6 months.

There are other taxes that everyone needs to pay such as:
- capital gains tax
- land tax
- GST (not only while shopping but also when having own company producing turnaround higher than certain amount - not sure of that amount though)

and probably more that I am not even aware of.

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Everybody pays taxes. That's a really strange question. How do you expect to receive government services like medicare, centrelink, roads and etc without paying taxes? Evading tax is a crime and against the law. Tax range differs depending on the income.

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Fundamentally every working should be paying taxes, I guess my question needed a rephrase.
Be cool.

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Income taxes? Yes. The rates are lower than for people on working holiday visas or student visas below 6 months.

There are other taxes that everyone needs to pay such as:
- capital gains tax
- land tax
- GST (not only while shopping but also when having own company producing turnaround higher than certain amount - not sure of that amount though)

and probably more that I am not even aware of.
Thank for the useful information, i heard taxes can be around 10%.

I will check online for sites which help in calculating tax estimates based on payroll or revenue .

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10% is GST tax. Income taxes are a lot higher than that.


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