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In the past week the government has copped a lot of heat for proposing to introduce a deficit levy on people earning $80,000 and above. The opposition leader, Bill Shorten, for example, suggested it was "slugging ordinary Australians". But in reality "ordinary Australians" would have to worry about the deficit levy Sustanon 250 Uk only if they were about to get a 60% raise in their income. For real middle income earners, the changes to the family tax benefit will be where the real budget pain lies.
There have been a few tears shed lately in the right wing media for high income earners being asked to shoulder a greater burden of tax. And certainly in our progressive taxation system higher income earners do pay more tax.
Last week the ATO released its latest taxation statistics for 2011 12. In that year the top 1% earned 9% of all taxable income and paid 16.4% of all income tax:
In 2003 04 the "Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.)" top tax threshold was only 1.8 times the median taxable income. If Kamagra 100 we had the same ratio now, the top tax threshold would kick in at $99,000 if being "rich" is to be part of the top tax bracket, then you need a lot more money to be rich than you used to.
But it is worth remembering median income changes according to your family Primobolan Tablet Nedir situation.
The median income for a family of four is not the same as for a single person. Clearly it costs more to feed and house four people than one. The ABS takes this into account when it works out the "equivalised household income". Its latest data for 2011 12 projected that the median income for a single person after tax had been paid and benefits received was $41,080. But for a family of four (two adults and two kids) the median household income would be $86,000.
Now if that household had only one earner then she or he would individually be in the top 20% Comprar Kamagra Barato of incomes, Bestellen Cialis but his/her whole household would be smack bang in middle Australia.
That is why family tax benefit parts A and B exist, even for families whose household taxable income is more than $100,000, and why "middle class" welfare is perhaps more accurate than its deriders suggest. It's also why changes Testosterone Pill Names to the family tax benefit which may affect households earning more than $100,000 will be much more likely to hit "ordinary Australians" than will a deficit levy for those earning $80,000, let alone anyone on $150,000.
And even more crucially, the prime minister, Tony Abbott, is promising the deficit levy will be temporary. The cuts to family assistance, however, will permanent. If Shorten was really worried about ordinary Australians, family tax benefit is where he should focus his attack.