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Income thresholds and rates for the private health rebate

Once your Adjusted Taxable Income (ATI) becomes greater than $90,000 (single) or $180,000 (for a couple combined) your entitlement to the Private Health Insurance Rebate is reduced as follows:

Income Thresholds

Singles

$0 – $90,000

$90,001 - $105,000

$105,001 -$140,000

$140,001 +

Couples

$0 – $180,000

$180,001 - $210,000

$210,001 - $280,000

$280,001 +

Rebates for 01 April 2020 – 30 June 2020                       

Aged under 65 (note 1)

25.059% 

16.706% 

 8.352%

0%

Aged 65-69 (note 2)

29.236% 

20.883% 

12.529% 

0%

Aged 70+ (note 3)

33.413% 

25.059% 

16.706% 

0%

Rebates for 01 July 2019 - 31 March 2020           

Aged under 65

25.059% 

 16.706%

8.352% 

0%

Aged 65-69

29.236% 

20.883% 

12.529% 

0%

Aged 70+

33.413% 

25.059% 

16.706% 

0%

Rebate for 01 April 2019 - 30 June 2019        

Aged under 65

25.059% 

16.706% 

 8.352%

0%

Aged 65-69

29.236% 

 20.883%

12.529%

0%

Aged 70+

33.413% 

 25.059%

 16.706%

0%

Rebate for 01 July 2018 – 31 March 2019  

Aged under 65

25.415% 

16.943% 

8.471% 

0%

Aged 65-69

                   29.651%

21.180% 

12.707% 

0%

Aged 70+

                   33.887%

25.415% 

16.943% 

0%

Rebate for 01 April 2018 - 30 June 2018           

Aged under 65

25.415% 

16.943% 

8.471% 

0%

Aged 65-69

29.651% 

21.180% 

12.707% 

0%

Aged 70+

33.887% 

25.415% 

16.943% 

0%

Rebate for 01 July 2017 - 31 March 2018     

Aged under 65

25.934% 

17.289% 

8.644% 

0%

Aged 65-69

                  30.256% 

21.612% 

 12.966%

0%

Aged 70+

34.579% 

25.934% 

17.289% 

0%

Note1: The family income threshold is increased by $1,500 for each Medicate levy surcharge dependant child after the first child.

Note 2: The Government did not change the rebate percentage on 01 April 2020.

Note3: The Government did not change the rebate percentage on 01 April 2020.