You can find a range of questions and answers about your pay from the Payroll FAQ. If you're new to our payroll system (WebKiosk), have a look at our guide which also includes information on how to read your payslip.
The following calculators are to be ONLY used as a general guide. They provide general information and do not cater for individual circumstances. Therefore the actual amounts may vary, particularly in relation to taxation amounts. Whilst all care has been taken in developing these calculators, CSU does not guarantee the accuracy of these calculators and does not accept any liability for decisions made based on the figures generated. Use of the information and data generated by these calculators will be at an individual's personal risk.
Please note that these calculators have not been updated for the increased taxation rates effective from 1st July 2014. They will still provide you with a general idea of the tax applicable, but the increased Medicare levy (from 1.5 to 2%), change in HECS / HELP thresholds and high income levy will not be accounted for.