Employer Superannuation Contributions Claimed by Individuals, Companies, Partnerships and Trusts
Name of Organisation
Australian Taxation Office
2 Constitution Avenue
CANBERRA CITY ACT 2601
Switchboard: (02) 6216 1111
Facsimile: (02) 6216 2844
Products and Services
Name/Title of Product
Taxation Statistics (Cat. No. 96 05525) 1994-95 Edition
Employer superannuation contributions claimed by individuals, companies, partnerships and trusts.
Publication $24.95 (includes CD Rom)..
About these statistics
Mr Mark Leedham
Revenue Analysis Branch
Telephone: (02) 6216 2419
To purchase these statistics
Australian Government Publishing Service in each Capital City.
Information obtained from income tax returns.
Purpose of Data
To provide information in respect of itemised information obtained from income tax returns.
Statistics are obtained from income tax returns and assessments processed in the 12 months following the end of the income year for individuals, and assessments processed in the period 1 July 1995 to 29 September 1996 for companies, partnerships and trusts.
Superannuation Data Items
Statistics are provided for amounts allowed as deductions for contributions to superannuation funds by employers in respect of employees. Separate statistics are provided by grade of taxable income and by industry classification. The item is recorded in million dollar units.
Income tax returns of individuals, companies, partnerships and trusts.
Method of Collection
Information obtained from all income tax returns and assessments processed in the 12 months following the end of the income year for individuals, and assessments processed in the period 1 July 1995 to 29 September 1996 for companies, partnerships and trusts.
Generally published October each year. That is about 18 months after the end of the income year to which the income tax returns relate.
Data are available from 1992-93 for individuals, from 1989-90 income year for partnerships and trusts, and from 1969-70 for companies. Note that if detailed data for a particular year are required it is necessary to refer to the appropriate edition of
Data are available for Australia.
Confidentiality and Availability
Data are subject to confidentiality restrictions under the secrecy provisions of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 (as amended).
Generally all data available subject to the confidentiality restrictions above are published.