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Key Statistics 3,Background notes 4,SECTION A Income Tax Liabilities Statistics 8. Table 2 1 Number of individual income taxpayers by marginal rate gender and age. 1990 91 to 2017 18 8, Table 2 2 Number of individual income taxpayers by country and region 1999 00 to. 2017 18 11, Table 2 4 Shares of total income before and after tax and income tax for percentile. groups 1999 00 to 2017 18 13, Table 2 5 Income tax liabilities by income range 2014 15 to 2017 18 18. Table 2 6 Income tax liabilities by income source tax band and marginal rate 2014 15. to 2017 18 22,SECTION B Illustrative Tax Burdens 46.
Table 2 7 Income tax net of tax credits as a per cent of gross earnings for specimen. families 1990 91 to 2017 18 46,Annex A Context and background information 54. Annex B Data sources and Methodology 64,Annex C Quality indicators 77. Annex D Glossary of Terms 83,Key Statistics,Background notes. Income Tax Liabilities Statistics ITLS is a National Statistics publication by. HM Revenue and Customs HMRC For more information about National Statistics. please see the United Kingdom Statistics Authority UKSA website. http www statisticsauthority gov uk, UKSA has confirmed that the ITLS and projections are designated as National. Statistics following HMRC implementing the enhancements listed in Assessment. Report 157 Statistics on Income Tax and Assessment and Report 241 Income Tax. Projections available at, https www statisticsauthority gov uk publications list keyword type assessment.
report theme producer hm revenue customs date,Data sources methods and quality. These statistics are based on HMRC s annual Survey of Personal Incomes SPI a. representative sample survey of the tax records of individuals in HMRC s Pay As You. Earn PAYE Self Assessment SA and repayment claims administrative systems. Individuals tax liabilities are estimated using the information SPI provides on. taxpayer incomes and circumstances e g their age, Data sources and methods are described in Annex B including information on. changes to imputation methods introduced for the 2014 15 SPI page 64. Information about the quality of the statistics is set out in Annex C. As in previous releases ITLS Table 2 2 provides projections of taxpayer numbers by. taxpayer marginal rate for countries and regions These projections are indicative. only and users should note that the reliability of these projections by country and. region is under review with the possibility that they be partially withdrawn from future. releases Annex C,New in this release, ITLS was last published in May 2016 This publication includes the finalised figures. for the 2014 15 SPI originally scheduled to be included in the February edition of the. release which was subsequently not published, https www gov uk government statistics schedule of updates for hmrcs statistics. This May 2017 release provides revised projections for tax years 2015 16 to 2016. 17 as well as the first estimates for the 2017 18 tax year all based on the new 2014. 15 SPI data The data is projected using economic assumptions consistent with the. Office for Budget Responsibility s OBR March 2017 Economic and fiscal outlook. http budgetresponsibility org uk efo economic fiscal outlook march 2017. Next release, ITLS is currently published twice yearly in January February and April May with.
revised projections based on the OBR s latest published economic forecast until final. statistics based on outturn SPI data can be published. The next scheduled release will be in January February 2018 containing 2015 16. SPI outturn data with revised projections for 2016 17 and 2017 18 following the. OBR s Autumn Budget 2017 economic forecast, The exact date of publication will be given not less than one calendar month before. publication on both the HMRC Gov uk statistics page and Office for National. Statistics ONS publication hub,2008 09 Survey of Personal Income. The 2008 09 SPI is still unavailable but HMRC remains committed to producing. National Statistics for 2008 09 and will announce their publication dates as soon as. they have been confirmed,Income Tax Liability Statistics. Section A provides detailed statistics on outturn and projections of individual income. taxpayer numbers income tax liabilities and average rates of tax broken down by. taxpayer characteristics such as age and gender income levels and groupings e g. the top 1 and by marginal rate of tax e g Basic Rate taxpayers Section A also. shows tax liabilities arising on different forms of income subject to income tax and in. each tax band, As a complement to the survey based statistics Section B sets out trends in income. tax burdens over time for a selection of illustrative family types and earnings levels. HMRC also publishes statistics on income tax receipts. https www gov uk government collections income tax receipts statistics. Liability versus receipts, Liabilities are amounts of income tax due on incomes arising in a given tax year.
whereas receipts are amounts of income tax paid and collected in a given year. Statistics on income tax liabilities and receipts in any year can differ appreciably due. to lags in the payment and collection of tax particularly under SA or when over or. underpayments occur which are repaid or recovered in a later year. Data sources and methods underpinning the statistics also differ Receipts statistics. are based on aggregate administrative data sources whereas liabilities statistics are. compiled using a sample of individuals tax records SPI. The detailed breakdowns of income tax liabilities provided in ITLS e g by taxpayer. income or marginal rate are not available on a receipts basis and are not generally. available in other statistical publications Liabilities statistics also reflect more closely. and immediately than tax receipts the impact of changes in the income tax policy. regime and developments in the wider economy,Time frames. SPI survey results are usually available around 21 months after the end of the tax. year The information is drawn from the transactional systems approximately a year. after the reference period and it takes about 8 9 months to turn the raw dataset into. information and commentary ready for publication, Projections up to the current tax year 2017 18 are provided to bring the statistics up. to date and enhance their timeliness and usability. Projections beyond the current tax year are not provided because tax rates. allowances and thresholds impacting on the statistics are not known until announced. by the Government Any projections beyond 2017 18 would also be subject to the. likelihood of larger projection errors,Projection methods. The projection methods described in Annex B have been chosen to suit ITLS s key. purpose of providing informative breakdowns of income taxpayers and liabilities. Provision of projections of total tax is not a key purpose of the ITLS release and the. use of other data sources and alternative projection methods would be required to. make them suitable for that particular purpose They should not be seen or used as. alternatives to other forecasts of income tax,Office for Budget Responsibility. The Office for Budget Responsibility was created in 2010 to provide independent and. authoritative analysis of the UK s public finances and twice yearly publishes five year. forecasts for the economy and public finances including income tax receipts. http budgetresponsibility independent gov uk,Use of Income Tax Liabilities Statistics.
Income Tax Liabilities Statistics are used by a variety of organisations mainly. concerned with Government decision making about tax policy both in a policy. making and policy monitoring context 1, The projections form the basis for HMRC s detailed assessments of the Exchequer. costs and impacts on individuals of potential changes to the income tax system This. informs the Government s tax policy decisions and they are used by other. Government departments for similar purposes, They are also used by Parliament Government departments such as HM Treasury. some private organisations including policy think tanks as well as the media and. other commentators to monitor income tax trends and distributions They inform for. example users assessments of the impacts of past tax policy changes or the. sustainability of the UK public finances For some users such as the Office for. Budget Responsibility the statistics are used explicitly in an economic and tax. 1 UKSA Monitoring Brief 6 2010 The Use Made of Official Statistics provides a generic. framework for classes of use of Official Statistics. http www statisticsauthority gov uk assessment monitoring monitoring reviews monitoring. brief 6 2010 the use made of official statistics pdf. forecasting context informing assessments of recent trends or used as specific. inputs to the forecasting process, The statistics are also used by HMRC and other organisations including the Office for. Tax Simplification in assessments of the operation of the UK income tax system and. its impact on individuals, While HMRC has regular contact with some key users of the ITLS bulletin within. Government we would like to improve our knowledge of the use made of the ITLS. bulletin particularly by private sector organisations and individuals We encourage. users to provide feedback on their use of the statistics including any decisions they. may inform together with their requirements and any improvements they would like. to see by using the contact points set out below,Further information.
Further information setting out the context for these statistics and projections is. provided in Annex A This includes an introduction to the UK income tax system and. a summary of recent income tax policy changes which impact on the ITLS Annex D. provides a glossary of terms,Feedback and questions. We strive to improve the quality and accessibility of our National Statistics Your. feedback is crucial in this process We welcome your suggestions on any of the. Statistics and commentary in this publication If you have any feedback or queries. please contact the Statisticians named on the front page of this release or use. HMRC s user engagement form, https www gov uk government organisations hm revenue. customs about statistics contact us, User comments are reviewed regularly and results of surveys and consultations are. published Information on the most recent survey of users of HMRC income tax. statistics is available here, http webarchive nationalarchives gov uk http www hmrc gov uk statistics income. user survey results pdf,SECTION A Income Tax Liabilities.
Statistics, Section A provides detailed insights into some of the key statistics presented in the. Table 2 1 to 2 6, Table 2 1 Number of individual income taxpayers by marginal. rate gender and age 1990 91 to 2017 18, https www gov uk government statistics number of individual income taxpayers by. marginal rate gender and age, Table 2 1 shows how the number of individuals with positive income tax liabilities. taxpayers has changed over time The table begins in 1990 91 the year that. independent taxation for all individuals was introduced in the UK previously married. couples were taxed jointly The table provides separate breakdowns of the income. taxpaying population by marginal tax rate gender and by age group. Prior to the 2008 recession income taxpayer numbers generally increased from 26 1. million in 1990 91 to 32 5 million in 2007 08 Latest SPI data shows an estimated. 30 7 million taxpayers in 2014 15 which is followed by a steady decline in taxpayers. to 30 3 million in 2017 18, Figure 1 Number of Individual Income Taxpayers 1990 91 to 2017 18.
Population income and employment growth would be expected to drive growth in. taxpayer numbers as the combined growth is higher than the effect of indexation of. the tax free Personal Allowance PA Above indexation growth in the PA will have. somewhat offset this growth in the overall number of taxpayers in total. Total taxpayers rose by 0 3 million to 30 7 million in 2014 15 With income growth. projected to be below the inflation measure used for indexation in the period to 2017. 18 projections show taxpayer numbers declining further by 0 4 million to 30 3 million. in 2017 18 These projected reductions in taxpayer numbers also reflect significant. increases in the PA for under 65s somewhat offset by the freezing of the age related. PA for those born before 6th April 1948 Additionally the Starting Rate Limit SRL 2. was extended to 5 000 in 2015 16 and the starting rate on savings was reduced. from 10 to 0 which further contributed to taking individuals out of tax. In 2014 15 13 1 million 42 7 of the 30 7 million income taxpayers were female. 17 6 million 57 3 were male and 6 8 million 22 2 were above the State. Pension Age Comparable figures for the UK population aged 16 and over in 2014. were 48 8 male 51 2 were female and 23 1 were over the State Pension Age3. Projections to 2017 18 show 12 6 million 41 6 of the 30 3 million total income. taxpayers will be female 17 7 million 58 4 will be male and 6 5 million 21 4. were above the State Pension Age,Marginal rate, An individual s marginal tax rate is the proportion of an extra pound of income that. would be paid in income tax which depends on their total taxable income and its. May June Media contact HMRC Press Office Individuals Tel 03000 585024 Out of hours 07860 359544 Statistical contacts Matthew Brunning Tel 03000 589306 matthew brunning hmrc gsi gov uk 201 Brett MacGillivray Tel 03000 535211 brett macgillivray hmrc gsi gov uk Jonathan Lee Akinbile Tel 03000 579268 jonathan lee akinbile hmrc gsi gov uk KAI Personal Taxes HM Revenue and Customs Room 2e

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