Fiscal Policy

Government Revenue and Expenditure Sources

Contributors
Christian Bien Portrait_edited.jpg

Christian Bien

tutorial.png

one.png
Government Revenue Sources
Slide1.jpeg

Government Revenue refers to where governments receive their income. Below is the main tax revenue of the Australian government. 


Income Taxes

  • Income Tax Receipts 

  • Company Tax 

  • Fringe Benefits Tax 

  • Superannuation Taxes 

  • Sales Taxes 

  • Goods and Services Tax (GST) 

  • Excise and Customs Duty 

  • Petrol tax -Tobacco tax 

  • Import taxes (such as tariffs on imported cars)

two.png
Government Expenditure Sources
Slide2.jpeg

Government expenditure refers to where the government is spending its money. Below are the main expenditure sources (in order of largest to smallest proportion of the budget) of the Australian Government: 

  • Social security and welfare 

  • Health -Education 

  • Defence 

  • General Public Services 

  • Transport

Topic Menu
Concept of Fiscal Policy
Government Revenue and Expenditure Sources
Budget Outcomes
Reasons for Actual Budget Outcomes
Methods for Financing a Budget Deficit
Automatic and Discretionary Stabilisers
Fiscal Policy Stances
Strengths and Weaknesses of Fiscal Policy
Contemporary Fiscal Policy

Want your ATAR notes to empower over 77,000 students per year?

Logo-New-Large.png

Join the Team.
Empower Education.

three.png

Sign Up for Free to Read More 

Get instant access to all content and subscribe to our weekly email list on study tips, opportunities and other free resources. 

It only takes a minute...

Slide3.jpeg
four.png
Slide4.jpeg
five.png
Slide5.jpeg
six.png
Slide6.jpeg
157-seven.png
Slide1.jpeg
156-eight.png
Slide8.jpeg