Other government tax related sites

The ATO collects information and other government entities are able to make use of this data via legislative provisions, memorandums of understanding, or administrative procedures. This allows other government entities to make and publish additional tax-related statistics.

Australian Bureau of Statistics
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) makes use of ATO data in many publications including:

Provides an easy way to find, access and re-use public datasets from the Australian Government and state and territory governments.

Monthly statistical bulletin
This publication is produced by the statistics and mapping section of the parliamentary library. It contains a selection of the latest economic and social statistics. It is issued during the first week of each month and contains statistics available on or before the day of release. All figures are original data unless otherwise noted.

Finding government statistics (business.gov.au)
This site provides government information and transactions for people operating a business (or planning to start a business) and their advisers. You can apply for an Australian business number (ABN) electronically, and search for a business's ABN on this site.

Regional research
Produced by the Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics' regional research team.

Australian Prudential Regulation Authority
Superannuation performance statistics (The ATO provides the self-managed super fund information).

The National Statistical Service
The National Statistical Service is a community of government agencies, led by the ABS, building a rich statistical picture for a better informed Australia. It aims to develop and improve a statistical system that ensures providers and users of statistics have the confidence to trust the statistics produced within it.

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