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Economy > Government > Revenue > Tax > Income tax: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: 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.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 Belgium 42.2% 2010
2 Germany 39.9% 2010
3 Denmark 38.6% 2010
4 Netherlands 37.8% 2010
5 Hungary 35% 2010
6 Austria 33.4% 2010
7 Italy 30.8% 2010
8 Finland 29.8% 2010
9 Switzerland 29.4% 2010
10 Norway 29.3% 2010
11 Poland 28.3% 2010
12 Luxembourg 28.1% 2010
13 France 28% 2010
14 United Kingdom 25.1% 2010
15 Sweden 25% 2010
16 Portugal 24.5% 2010
17 Czech Republic 23% 2010
18 Slovakia 22.9% 2010
19 United States 22.8% 2010
20 Canada 22.7% 2010
21 Australia 22.3% 2010
22 Spain 21.9% 2010
23 Japan 21% 2010
24 Estonia 20.7% 2010
=25 Ireland 18.9% 2010
=25 Israel 18.9% 2010
27 Greece 18.8% 2010
28 South Korea 12.3% 2010

Citation

"Countries Compared by Economy > Government > Revenue > Tax > Compulsory deduction on wages. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", http://www.oecd.org/ctp/tax-policy/NTCP-Table-S1-S2.xlsx, Table S.2, Average net personal compulsory payment rate, OECD, 2014. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Economy/Government/Revenue/Tax/Income-tax

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