Total government income from GST in New Zealand
National accounts, year ended March 1988–2016, NZD millions (nominal)
Taxes on Production and Imports: taxes that producers pay for the production, sale, purchase, and use of goods and services, and which add to the market prices of those goods and services. Includes goods and services tax, sales tax, local authority rates, import and excise duties, and fringe benefit tax.
Taxes on Production and Imports = GST + Import Duties + Taxes on Production (e.g. excise duties and levies) + Other Taxes on Production
Taxes on Production and Imports are a component of the GDP (production measure) and of the National Disposable Income.
GDP = Compensation of employees + Gross operating surplus + Taxes on production and imports - subsidies
National disposable income = Compensation of employees + Gross operating surplus + Taxes on production and imports - subsidies +/- Compensation of employees from the rest of the world (net) +/- Investment income from the rest of the world (net) +/- Current transfers from the rest of the world (net) - Consumption of fixed capital
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National Accounts (Income and Expenditure): Taxes, Year Ended March 2017
How to find the data
At URL provided, download 'National Accounts (Income and Expenditure): Year ended March 2017 – zipped csv tables' and open na-nov2017-taxes-csv.csv.
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File as imported: National Accounts (Income and Expenditure): Taxes, Year Ended March 2017
From the dataset National Accounts (Income and Expenditure): Taxes, Year Ended March 2017, this data was extracted:
- Rows: 2-556
- Column: 3
- Provided: 555 data points
This data forms the table National Accounts - Taxes on production and imports by type 1987–2017.
Dataset originally released on:
November 24, 2017
About this dataset
This release is part of the suite of national accounts statistics that reflect the New Zealand economy. It provides production, income and outlay, and capital accounts for the nation and the six sectors of the economy: producer enterprises, financial intermediaries, government, non-profit institutions serving households, households, and the rest of the world.