TAX STATISTICS 1999


Table 3
WASHINGTON STATE GENERAL FUND REVENUES
Fiscal Year 1999

Source

Amount ($000)*

% of State Sources

 
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE** $9,527,565 88.2%
 
1935 Revenue Act Taxes 7,531,576 69.7
Retail sales 4,988,349 46.2
Use 334,013 3.1
Business and occupation 1,811,016 16.7
Public utility 222,141 2.1
Cigarette 72,184 0.7
Liquor sales (percent) 23,660 0.2
Penalties and interest 80,213 0.7
Other General Fund Taxes 1,995,989 18.5
Estate 69,701 0.7
Tobacco products 14,421 0.1
Liquor sales (liter) 44,815 0.4
Liquor surtaxes 11,370 0.1
State property tax 1,276,808 11.8
PUD privilege 26,865 0.3
Leasehold excise 15,756 0.2
Fish privilege 1,184 0.0
Real estate excise 424,446 3.9
Brokered natural gas 13,190 0.1
Medicaid 8,428 0.1
Refuse collection 23,065 0.2
Timber tax (includes local) 62,324 0.6
Enhanced 911 3,616 0.0

OTHER STATE TAXES

491,406 4.5
Vehicle excises (net of mass transit) 349,942 3.2
Insurance premiums 158,309 1.5
Other taxes (credits) (16,845) (0.2)

OTHER STATE SOURCES

789,525 7.3
Licenses, permits and fees 122,409 1.1
Contributions and grants 231,237 2.1
Charges for services 22,092 0.2
Property & timber sales 77,571 0.7
Investment income 99,114 0.9
Other miscellaneous revenue*** 237,102 2.2
 
SUBTOTAL - STATE SOURCES $10,808,496 100.0
   
FEDERAL GRANTS-IN-AID 3,863,973
   
TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUES $14,672,469
 
*Net after credits. Includes only the basic state general fund; this excludes restricted funds and operating fund transfers, e.g.,  $110 million of net lottery proceeds , excess liquor funds, etc. Several sources have nongeneral fund components.
**These sources are technically the responsibility of the Department. However, the liquor taxes, the state property tax and the  real estate excise tax are actually collected by other agencies; but the Department does have administrative duties related to these taxes.
***Includes fees and miscellaneous receipts by Department of Revenue.
Source: "1999 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report" (unpublished detail), Office of Financial Management. GAAP basis;  the figures may not agree with other tables in this report which generally reflect cash collections.