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Finland

Finland Government Stats

Definitions

  • Finance minister: The name of each country's finance minister. A finance minister is a cabinet member in charge of overseeing and regulating the economic and monetary activity of a country. Certain countries have different titles for their finance minister, such as the UK's "Chancellor of the Exchequer" or the United States' "Secretary of the Treasury".
  • Revenue > Tax > Income tax: Average income taxes (net of benefits), as a percentage of gross wage earnings, levied on a single person with no children, who earns the average wage.
  • Revenue > Tax > Maximum Income tax rate: Maximum Income tax rate.

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  • Revenue > Tax > Sales tax, VAT or GST (reduced rate): Reduced rate.

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  • Revenue > Tax > Tax burden, % of GDP: Overall taxes, including all forms of direct and indirect taxation at all levels of government, as a percentage of GDP.
  • Revenue > Tax > VAT on silver: VAT for silver.

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  • Revenue > Tax revenue as percentage of GDP: Heritage Foundation (2012).
STAT AMOUNT DATE RANK HISTORY
Finance minister Jutta Urpilainen 2014
Revenue > Tax > Income tax 29.8% 2010 8th out of 28
Revenue > Tax > Maximum Income tax rate 53% 2014 2nd out of 29
Revenue > Tax > Sales tax, VAT or GST (reduced rate) 14% or 10% 2014
Revenue > Tax > Tax burden, % of GDP 43.4 2014 7th out of 181
Revenue > Tax > VAT on silver 23% 2014 3rd out of 9
Revenue > Tax revenue as percentage of GDP 43.4 2013 5th out of 29

Citation

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Finland Economy > Government Profiles (Subcategories)

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