§ Mr. Knox
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what were the average incomes, net and gross, the average amount of income tax paid, the average level of national insurance contributions and graduated pension contributions made, and family allowance received for each of the following: (i) a married man with no children, (ii) a married man with one child, (iii) a married man with two children, and (iv) a single man in each year since 1970.
§ Mr. Robert Sheldon
The following information is derived from the Inland Revenue's surveys of Personal Income for the years 1970–71 to 1972–73, the latest year for which figures have been published. Information about the average amounts of national insurance contributions and graduated pension contributions is not available on the same basis.
(advertisements), Companies Act 1967 (banking status) and the Income and Corporation Taxes Act 1970 (interest and dividend payment) following the EEC proposals for banking law harmonisation.