Jun 28 2017

Census 2016: Australian Population by Capital City

Greater Sydney, NSW, is still the City with the largest population, with 4,823,991 residents at the 2016 Census.
Greater Darwin, NT, is the smallest with just 136,828 residents

Jun 28 2017

Census 2016: Australian Median Weekly Household Income

The Australian Median weekly household income (in Capital Cities) varies between $2,183 and $1,234 per week, depending on the City of residence.

Jun 28 2017

2016 Census: Home Ownership and Renting Rates

31.0% of residences are owned outright (No Mortgage) down from 41.1% in 1991
72.9% of residences are Separate Houses
The average number of people living in each household, in 2016, was 2.6 people.

Jun 28 2017

2016 Census: Australian Median Income

The average Median Income for Australia is $662 per week, and this ranges between $998 per week in the ACT down to $573 per week in Tasmania.

Jun 28 2017

2016 Census: Australian Population by State

The 2016 Population of Australia was 23,401,892 people, an increase from the 2011 Census figure of 21,507,717.

Jun 28 2017

Income Tax Rates 2017-2018 Australia

A resident taxpayer in Australia who earns $18,200 or under, in the 2016 – 2017 year, will pay NO tax on that income.
If the annual income is $37,000 then the tax payable is $3,572. This is 9.65% of Taxable Income.
At an income of $87,000 the tax will be $19,822. This is 22.78% of Taxable Income.
For a higher earner at $180,000 the tax will be $54,232. This is 30.13% of Taxable Income.

Jun 28 2017

Low Income Tax Offset

LITO: Low Income Tax Offset for Low Paid in Australia Australian taxpayers are able to benefit from the Low Income Tax Offset [LITO] benefit from the Australian Tax Office (ATO). This Low Income Tax Offset rebate is given to those people with low taxable incomes, and gradually reduces down to zero at a certain threshold. …

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Jun 27 2017

Minimum Wage in Australia 2017

O the 1st July 2017, the minimum wage in Australia will rise by 3.3%

Jun 15 2017

Australian Unemployment Rate: May 2017

The Unemployment Rate dropped to 5.5% in May 2017 from 5.7% in April

Jun 13 2017

Australian Unemployment Rate: April 2017

The Unemployment Rate was 5.7% in April 2017

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