Australia has a $3 trillion debt problem, and the government’s data collection is the way to go.
A lot of Australians want their government data used for something other than tax evasion, and it’s a really good idea.
Here’s what you need to know about the government collecting data.
How much do you pay your taxes?
There’s a huge range in the amount you pay each year.
The federal government says it’s collected $2.7 trillion.
It’s the biggest collection of personal information in the world, but the average citizen doesn’t really know what that means.
This is an old government statistic, but it’s also a fairly accurate one.
The ABS says Australia has the highest proportion of people in the country who pay less than $100 in federal tax every year.
So if you don’t pay any federal tax at all, that’s a pretty good indicator that you’re paying lower than the average in the nation.
What is personal information?
According to the data, it includes information about the identity of individuals, their financial circumstances, and their occupation.
It also includes information on how much money you spend on goods and services, including the amount of money you’ve borrowed or borrowed against your savings.
The most common types of personal data are: Age and sex