Australian Government, 2012‑13 Budget
Budget

Statement 5: Revenue (Continued)

Appendix C: Receipts and revenue history and forecasts

Table C1: Australian Government (cash) receipts

Table C1: Australian Government (cash) receipts

Table C1: Australian Government (cash) receipts (continued)

Table C1: Australian Government (cash) receipts

(a) Resource rent taxes include PRRT and gross receipts from the MRRT. Net receipts from the MRRT are expected to be $3.0 billion in 2012‑13, $3.5 billion in 2013‑14, $3.2 billion in 2014‑15 and $3.7 billion in 2015‑16, which represent the net impact on receipts across several different heads of revenue. These include the offsetting reductions in company tax (through deductibility) and interactions with other taxes.

(b) 'Other sales taxes' includes Wholesale Sales Tax.

Table C2: Major categories of (cash) receipts as a proportion of GDP(a)

Table C2: Major categories of (cash) receipts as a proportion of GDP

Table C2: Major categories of (cash) receipts as a proportion of GDP (continued)(a)

Table C2: Major categories of (cash) receipts as a proportion of GDP

(a) Figures up to and including1998‑99 are based on the old Commonwealth Budget Sector cash accounting framework. Figures from 1999‑2000 are on an Australian Government general government GFS basis.

(b) Gross other individuals include amounts previously collected under the Prescribed Payments System and Reportable Payments System between 1983‑84 and 1999‑2000.

(c) Resource rent taxes include PRRT and gross receipts from the MRRT. Net receipts from the MRRT are expected to be $3.0 billion in 2012‑13, $3.5 billion in 2013‑14, $3.2 billion in 2014‑15 and $3.7 billion in 2015‑16, which represent the net impact on receipts across several different heads of revenue. These include the offsetting reductions in company tax (through deductibility) and interactions with other taxes.

(d) 'Sales taxes' include wholesale sales tax which was abolished in 2000‑01.

(e) Carbon pricing mechanism.

Table C3: Australian Government (accrual) revenue

Table C3: Australian Government (accrual) revenue

Table C3: Australian Government (accrual) revenue (continued)

Table C3: Australian Government (accrual) revenue

(a) Resource rent taxes include PRRT and gross revenue from the MRRT. Net revenue from the MRRT is expected to be $3.0 billion in 2012‑13, $3.5 billion in 2013‑14, $3.2 billion in 2014‑15 and $3.7 billion in 2015‑16, which represent the net impact on revenue across several different heads of revenue. These include the offsetting reductions in company tax (through deductibility) and interactions with other taxes.

(b) 'Other sales taxes' includes Wholesale Sales Tax.

Table C4: Major categories of (accrual) revenue as a proportion of GDP

Table C4: Major categories of (accrual) revenue as a proportion of GDP

(a) Resource rent taxes include PRRT and gross revenue from the MRRT. Net revenue from the MRRT is expected to be $3.0 billion in 2012‑13, $3.5 billion in 2013‑14, $3.2 billion in 2014‑15 and $3.7 billion in 2015‑16, which represent the net impact on revenue across several different heads of revenue. These include the offsetting reductions in company tax (through deductibility) and interactions with other taxes.

(b) 'Sales taxes' includes Wholesale Sales Tax prior to 2000‑01, when it was abolished as part of the changes under A New Tax System.

(c) Carbon pricing mechanism.

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