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  • Figure 2.3 Compliance liabilities and collections by product, 2013–14 to 2017–18

    Figure 2.3 Compliance liabilities and collections by product, 2013–14 to 2017–18

    Product

    Liabilities

    2013–14

    2014–15

    2015–16

    2016–17

    2017–18

    $m

    $m

    $m

    $m

    $m

    Income Tax

    $9,943

    $9,934

    $9,470

    $11,664

    $12,470

    GST

    $4,551

    $2,965

    $3,773

    $3,415

    $3,546

    Superannuation

    $654

    $630

    $559

    $496

    $860

    Excise

    $37

    $11

    $−39

    $−20

    $18

    TOTAL

    $15,185

    $13,541

    $13,762

    $15,555

    $16,894

     

    Product

    Estimated cash collections

    2013–14

    2014–15

    2015–16

    2016–17

    2017–18

    $m

    $m

    $m

    $m

    $m

    Income Tax

    $6,112

    $6,837

    $6,639

    $7,286

    $8,680

    GST

    $3,022

    $2,495

    $2,814

    $2,755

    $2,827

    Superannuation

    $265

    $235

    $218

    $181

    $271

    Excise

    $−15

    $19

    $−53

    $−19

    $21

    TOTAL

    $9,384

    $9,585

    $9,618

    $10,203

    $11,799

    NOTES
    Results for luxury car tax have been combined with GST in the graph.
    Collections are a combination of actual collections and estimates of collections based on sampling.
    Collections also include collections on tax, penalties and interest raised in prior years.
    Liabilities are the net value of debit and credit amendments from active compliance intervention on returns, statements and claims. The impact is a combination of tax, penalties and interest.
    Results also include our activities to prevent incorrect refunds or payments being issued.
    Over this period, liabilities have been higher than cash collections as a proportion of liabilities raised. This is because large audit results in dispute take time to resolve through court processes.
    Cash collections include cash paid on disputed amended assessments raised.
      Last modified: 26 Oct 2018QC 57145