Capital Gains Tax AUS Question

A client has held shares for over 12 months. They wish to sell, say they sell the shares and make a capital gain of $2,000, the tax office uses the 50% rule, so you would only pay CGT on the $1,000 of that gain.
So how much tax would the client pay?
Thanks.
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GO wrote:

I think I worked it out.
The $1,000 is tacked on to the total taxable income when the return is done.
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You got it in one!
Bob
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