- How the apparent tax burden is calculated
- Top 10 European states with the lowest apparent tax burden
The issue of taxes is always hot, especially in Italy where, in recent years, the tax burden has increased. Contrary to general thinking, however, theItaly is not the country where most taxes are paid, but it ranks eighth in Europe, with a taxation of approximately 43,5%. Worse than us Germany, Belgium, France and the Scandinavian countries, with Norway in first place, with a tax burden of around 54,8%.
There are some European countries where taxes are much lower and among these some of the east stand out. Here, then, below European states where less taxes are paid.
How the apparent tax burden is calculated
The weight of taxes, in the ranking you will see, it is calculated from the ratio of total tax revenue and the country's GDP. In this way, it is evident how much of the wealth of a people is demanded from the respective state. Essentially, the value indicates how much the overall taxation affects the income of businesses and workers.
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Top 10 European states with the lowest apparent tax burden
NBNon-EU states including the United Kingdom, Moldova, North Macedonia, Albania, and others have been excluded from this ranking.
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