Australian Government, 2010‑11 Budget
Budget

Statement 5:
Revenue
(Continued)

Appendix A: Revenue and receipts forward estimates

Table A1: Australian Government general government (accrual) revenue

Table A1: Australian Government general government (accrual) revenue

  1. Resource rent taxes include PRRT and gross revenues from the RSPT. The $3 billion in 2012‑13 and $9 billion in 2013‑14 represents the net impact on receipts across several different revenue heads. This includes the offsetting reductions in company tax (through deductibility), crude oil excise and interactions with other taxes.
  2. Capital gains tax is part of other individuals, companies and superannuation funds tax. The 2008‑09 reported figure is an estimate.

Table A2: Australian Government general government (cash) receipts

Table A2: Australian Government general government (cash) receipts

  1. Resource rent taxes include PRRT and gross receipts from the RSPT. The $3 billion in 2012‑13 and $9 billion in 2013‑14 represents the net impact on receipts across several different revenue heads. This includes the offsetting reductions in company tax (through deductibility), crude oil excise and interactions with other taxes.
  2. Capital gains tax is a component of taxes paid by individuals, companies, and superannuation funds tax. The 2008‑09 reported figure is an estimate.

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