after 10 years in tax I am ready to move on. ideally I'd like to go do a finance role within a company, preferably something within the creative field.
I am also a CA and am surprised you can't work this out yourself if you are also a CA...
Let's say you both work 20 hours per week for ease of calculating. Your hourly rate is $39 (rounded) and his hourly rate is $50. He has to pay his super out of the $50 so we need to compare with your rate incl super.
Your rate inc super is $42.70.
Annually ex adj for leave for you - $44,408
For him - $52,000
Add on your extra 4 weeks annual leave and two weeks sick leave and you are at an annual amount of $49,532
This is also assuming his rate is $50 ex gst per hour and not $50 inc gst which would make you better off.
I have done these calcs on my phone so could be off a tad but I hope this helps you see you aren't that much worse off..
Last edited by nattie84; 14-09-2016 at 19:46.
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