Lithuania is the most tax-keen country in Europe, taking a hefty £1,073.28 out of a person’s £2,580 monthly wage.
Romania, Portugal and Slovenia followed closely behind in the table, all taking near to £1,000 or more from workers each month.
And sitting right in the middle of the tax table is Germany, which is considered to be the “economic powerhouse” of Europe.
A German taxpayer would have £1,926 remaining from their £2,580 payout after deductions are made in Income Tax.
Published at Thu, 29 Jul 2021 11:05:00 +0000