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The economy of Australia
The economy of Australia is a highly developed market economy. It is the 12th-largest national economy in the world by nominal GDP and the 19th-largest by purchasing power parity (PPP).
Australia is the second-wealthiest nation in terms of wealth per adult, after Switzerland. In 2019, Australia was the 14th-largest national economy by GDP at market exchange rates and the 19th-largest by PPP. Australia is the world's fourth-largest exporter and fifth-largest importer. Australia's total wealth was AUD$10.9 trillion as of June 2019. The Australian economy is dominated by its service sector, comprising 68% of GDP. The mining sector represents 7.4% of GDP;
How doesAustralia regulatefinancial markets?
Australia regulates its financial markets through the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). ASIC is responsible for regulating the conduct of financial services providers, including banks, insurers, superannuation funds, and financial advisors.
It also oversees the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) and other financial markets. ASIC works to ensure that investors are treated fairly, that financial products and services are provided in a safe and efficient manner, and that the integrity of the financial system is maintained. ASIC also works to protect consumers from financial scams and other forms of financial misconduct.
How to register a company in Australia?
1. Choose a business structure: Before you can register a company in Australia, you must decide on a business structure. The most common types of business structures in Australia are sole traders, partnerships, companies, and trusts.
2. Choose a company name: You must choose a unique company name that is not already registered with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
3. Register your company: You must register your company with ASIC. You can do this online or by post.
4. Appoint directors: You must appoint at least one director for your company. The director must be over 18 years of age and an Australian resident.
5. Apply for an Australian Business Number (ABN):
Taxation in Australia
Taxation in Australia is managed by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). The ATO is responsible for the collection of taxes, the administration of tax laws, and the provision of advice to the government on taxation matters.
The Australian taxation system is based on a progressive tax system, meaning that the more you earn, the higher your tax rate. The current tax rates for individuals are as follows:
• 0% on taxable income up to $18,200
• 19% on taxable income between $18,201 and $37,000
• 32.5% on taxable income between $37,001 and $90,000
• 37% on taxable income between $90,001 and $180,000
• 45% on taxable income over $180,001
In addition to income tax, Australians are also subject to a range of other taxes, such as the Goods and Services Tax (GST), Capital Gains
Tax (CGT), and stamp duty. The Australian government also provides a range of tax concessions and offsets to help reduce the amount of tax payable by individuals. These include the Low Income Tax Offset, the Medicare Levy, and the Private Health Insurance Rebate.