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Economy > Government Stats: compare key data on Iran & Turkey

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 > Corporate tax: Corporate tax.

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    Bangladesh had range specified: 45%-0%

    Maldives had range specified: 15%-0%

    Mexico had range specified: 30%-28%

    Spain had range specified: 30%-25%

    Sri Lanka had range specified: 35%-0%

    Switzerland had range specified: 25%-13%

  • Revenue > Tax > Maximum tax rate for individuals: Individual (max).

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    Mexico had range specified: 29%-3%

  • Revenue > Tax > Payroll tax: Payroll tax (usually reduces taxable income).

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    India had range specified: 12.5% - 2%

    Iran had range specified: 35%-15%

    Ireland had range specified: 11%-0%

    Palestine had range specified: 15%-5%

    Thailand had range specified: 5%-35%

    Turkey had range specified: 40%-35%

    British Virgin Islands had range specified: 14%-10%

  • Revenue > Tax > Sales tax, VAT or GST: VAT / GST / Sales.

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    India had range specified: 14.5% - 5.5%

    Uzbekistan had range specified: 0- 20%

  • 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 > Taxes foreign income of nonresident citizens: Indicates whether or not a tax is levied on the foreign income of non-resident citizens. An asterisk indicates that certain exemptions exist.
  • Revenue > Tax > Taxes foreign income of resident foreigners: Indicates whether or not a tax is levied on the foreign income of resident foreigners.
  • Revenue > Tax > Taxes local income of nonresident individuals: Indicates whether or not a tax is levied on income generated in the country by individuals who are not residents (applies to both, citizens and foreigners).
  • Revenue > Tax > Taxes local income of resident citizens: Indicates whether or not a tax is levied on income generated within the country by individuals who are both citizens and residents of this country.
  • Revenue > Tax > Taxes local income of resident foreigners: Indicates whether or not a tax is levied on income generated within the country by resident foreigners
  • Revenue > Tax revenue as percentage of GDP: Heritage Foundation (2012).
STAT Iran Turkey HISTORY
Finance minister Ali Tayebnia Mehmet Şimşek
Revenue > Tax > Corporate tax 25%
Ranked 22nd. 25% more than Turkey
20%
Ranked 12th.

Revenue > Tax > Maximum tax rate for individuals 0.0
Ranked 37th.
15%
Ranked 4th.
Revenue > Tax > Payroll tax 25%
Ranked 4th.
37.5%
Ranked 4th. 50% more than Iran
Revenue > Tax > Sales tax, VAT or GST 6%
Ranked 60th.
18%
Ranked 16th. 3 times more than Iran
Revenue > Tax > Tax burden, % of GDP 9.3
Ranked 161st.
25
Ranked 62nd. 3 times more than Iran
Revenue > Tax > Taxes foreign income of nonresident citizens no no*
Revenue > Tax > Taxes foreign income of resident foreigners yes yes
Revenue > Tax > Taxes local income of nonresident individuals yes yes
Revenue > Tax > Taxes local income of resident citizens yes yes
Revenue > Tax > Taxes local income of resident foreigners yes yes
Revenue > Tax revenue as percentage of GDP 6.1
Ranked 159th.
32.5
Ranked 38th. 5 times more than Iran

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