Where the tax men get it from

The tax men of federal, state and local government collected a total of $357.9 billion in 2010-11.

Richard Farmer

Crikey political commentator

Where the tax men get it from. The tax men of federal, state and local government collected a total of $357.9 billion in 2010-11. Australian Bureau of Statistics figures put the federal tax take for the year at $288.1 billion, the states and territories at $58.1 billion with the balance of $12.4 billion levied by local government.

In 2010-11, taxation per capita was $15,944, an increase of 6% from 2009-10.

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2 thoughts on “Where the tax men get it from

  1. AR

    Err.. “how the Social Democrats are faring in the UK“? As the Sun caption showed, they are called the Liberal Democrats, or LibDems, as well as many other less polite names.

  2. Richard Farmer

    AR
    Rapidly nearing 70 and the short term memory loss has struck! Thanks for the correction.

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