Official Statistics

Disaggregation of HMRC tax receipts

This page presents the disaggregation of HMRC tax receipts between England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

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Disaggregated tax and NIC receipts: survey response

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Disaggregated tax and NICs receipts: information and analysis

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Disaggregated tax and NICs receipts: statistics table

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Disaggregated tax and NICs receipts: statistics table

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Disaggregated tax and NICs receipts: methodological note

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Sub-National Tax Receipts Estimates from Scottish Government, Northern Ireland Executive and HMRC Statement

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Disaggregation of HMRC Tax and NIC receipts: Survey Results

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More on HM Revenue & Customs receipts.

Published 4 October 2013
Last updated 5 October 2018 + show all updates
  1. This publication includes updates to the bulletin, tables and methodology note, as well as a survey repsonse.
  2. Updated to include 2016-17 receipts. This update also includes a user survey, a link to which you can find in either the methodology note or within the information and analysis.
  3. Updated Disaggregated tax and NICs receipts documents with 2015 to 2016 data.
  4. Updated Disaggregated tax and NICs receipts documents with 2014 to 2015 data.
  5. The publication now includes receipts data for 2013-14
  6. The HMRC User Survey on the first publication has now been completed and the results are now available.
  7. Updated to include information about sub-national tax receipts estimates from Scottish Government, Northern Ireland Executive and HMRC
  8. Added details of a survey in the body.
  9. First published.