Australian Government, 2009‑10 Budget
Budget

Statement 5: Revenue

Appendix C: Revenue and receipts history and forecasts

Table C1: Australian Government (accrual) revenue

Table C1: Australian Government (accrual) revenue

Table C1: Australian Government (accrual) revenue (continued)

Table C1: Australian Government (accrual) revenue (continued)

  1. 'Other sales taxes' includes wholesale sales tax which was abolished in 2000‑01.

Table C2: Major categories of (accrual) revenue as a proportion of gross domestic product

Table C2: Major categories of (accrual) revenue as a proportion of gross domestic product

  1. 'Sales taxes' includes wholesale sales tax which was abolished in 2000‑01.

Table C3: Australian Government (cash) receipts

Table C3: Australian Government (cash) receipts

Table C3: Australian Government (cash) receipts (continued)

Table C3: Australian Government (cash) receipts (continued)

  1. 'Other sales taxes' includes wholesale sales tax which was abolished in 2000‑01.

Table C4: Major categories of (cash) receipts as a proportion of gross domestic product(a)

Table C4: Major categories of (cash) receipts as a proportion of gross domestic product(a)

Table C4: Major categories of (cash) receipts as a proportion of gross domestic product(a) (continued)

Table C4: Major categories of (cash) receipts as a proportion of gross domestic product(a) (continued)

  1. Figures prior to 1999‑00 were originally reported on the old Commonwealth Budget Sector accounting framework. These figures have now been recast to be consistent with the Australian Government general government GFS basis.
  2. Gross other individuals' includes amounts previously collected under the Prescribed Payments System and Reportable Payments System between 1983‑84 and 1999‑00.
  3. 'Sales taxes' includes wholesale sales tax which was abolished in 2000‑01.

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