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Describes and provides results from the study of the effects of government benefits and taxes on household income in 2009-10 as revealed by the Household Expenditure Survey. Extensive data are published on household direct cash benefits (e.g. age pension), personal tax liabilities, indirect benefits from government outlays on health, education, housing, social security and welfare, and indirect taxes paid on goods and services.
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