# What is PAYG Instalment income T1?

## What is PAYG Instalment income T1?

PAYG instalment income – T1. Your instalment income is all the ordinary income you earned from your business and investment activities for the quarter (excluding GST). Make sure you include your gross income (not your net income, taxable income or income reduced by any deductions).

What is the meaning of PAYG?

pay as you go
When you pay your employees, you must withhold a certain amount of tax from their pay. You then send this tax to ATO. The ATO calls this pay as you go (PAYG) withholding. You withhold this tax on behalf of your employees. They can claim against the amount withheld at the end of the financial year.

Is PAYG the same as income tax?

PAYG ITI are payments in advance for individual and/or company income taxes and are paid by business owners, investors and sub-contractors who earn a certain amount of income. When your income tax return is lodged, the resulting income tax payable is reduced by your PAYG ITI.

### How is employee PAYG calculated?

Calculations

1. Calculate gross pay by multiplying the hours worked by the hourly rate. Normal hours: (37 x 22.00) = 814.00.
2. Calculate PAYG withholding by using the current tax table and reading the figure for tax payable on the \$880.00. ( 159)
3. Calculate net pay by subtracting tax from the gross pay. ( 880 – 159 = \$721.00)

How do I cancel PAYG Instalment?

You can exit the system if you think you no longer need to pre-pay your income tax by instalments:

3. by contacting us.

Do I have to pay PAYG Instalments?

By making regular payments during the year (through your activity statements) you won’t have to pay a large tax bill when you lodge your tax return. You’ll pay PAYG instalments if you earn business and/or investment income (which is also known as instalment income) over a certain threshold.

## What should I include in my PAYG instalments?

Your instalment income is all the ordinary income you earned from your business and investment activities for the quarter (excluding GST). Make sure you include your gross income (not your net income, taxable income or income reduced by any deductions). Instalment income includes:

How much tax do I need to pay in instalments?

The instalment rate provided by us is 11%. T1 × T2 = 5A or \$106,000 × 11% = \$11,660. Work out how much income tax you need to pay by PAYG instalments if you pre-pay. You can use the instalment amount (option 1) or instalment rate (option 2).

When to vary your PAYG instalments [ Australian Taxation Office ]?

When you can vary PAYG instalments You can vary your instalments if you think using the current amount or rate will result in you paying too much or too little tax for the year. You lodge your variation on your business activity statement (BAS) or instalment notice.