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The four years to 2011 were a good period for low income earners.

Boom years brought widespread benefit

The benefits of the nation's mining boom years appear to have benefited those on lower incomes more than initially thought, and the nation is one of the most reliant on income taxes, according to a report recently released by the OECD.

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