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Income tax rates can vary for your organisation, depending on whether you're incorporated or unincorporated.
Your organisation may qualify for an income tax deduction against the first $1,000 of income you earn. Any income you earn over the $1,000 threshold will then be taxed according to the type of organisation you are.
If your organisation is incorporated
If your organisation is registered and incorporated under the Incorporated Societies Act 1908, you're taxed at the company tax rate of 30 cents in the dollar (reducing to 28% for the 2012 income year).
If your organisation is unincorporated
If your organisation is unincorporated, you're taxed at the same rate as individuals:
|Income thresholds||Tax rates for 2009-10 income year||Tax rates for 2010-11 income year||Tax rates for 2011-12 income year|
|$0 - $14,000||12.5%||11.5%||10.5%|
|$14,001 - $48,000||21%||19.25%||17.5%|
|$48,001 - $70,000||33%||31.5%||30%|
|$70,001 and higher||38%||35.5%||33%|
You can find the income tax rates for all years since 1998 by using the Tax on annual income calculator. The calculator can also work out tax on taxable income for you.
Residual income tax for non-exempt organisations
You may have to pay provisional tax for the following year if:
- your organisation isn't exempt from income tax, and
- your residual income tax for a financial year is more than $2,500.