TAC client pay dates
The 2023 pay dates for eligible clients.
Tax rate adjustment for 2020-2021
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has adjusted tax rates for the 2020/21 financial year. This is in line with the changes to personal income tax thresholds announced in the Federal Budget.
From 18 November 2020, if you receive the following benefits from the TAC, these new tax rates will apply to you:
- Loss of Earnings (LOE)
- Dependent Surviving Partners Benefit
- Dependent Surviving Child Benefit
If you receive a Partial Loss of Earning Capacity (LOEC) benefit, the adjusted tax rates may also change the amount you receive from the TAC. This is because you have a capacity to work.
The adjusted tax rate does not change the gross amount we have agreed to pay you. It may change the amount of tax we withhold from your payment, which could change the amount of net pay you receive.
You will receive a tax credit for any extra tax withheld from your payments before our system update. This tax credit will apply when you lodge your 2020–21 income tax return with the Australian Tax Office.