Income tax map: Compare UK taxes with the rest of Europe, including France and Germany

All of this depends on your income at which the highest statutory personal income tax rates are applicable.

The thresholds are expressed as multiples of the average national wage. They range from zero in Hungary, Latvia, and the Czech Republic to 22.5 percent for Austria.

The Czech Republic, Hungary, and Latvia have a flat income tax that applies to all income.

Austria’s highest statutory rate, 55 percent, is only applicable to people earning over EUR1,000,000.

These are the figures for Europe’s rest:

  • France: 15.4 Percent
  • Portugal: 14.4 Percent
  • Greece: 11.1%
  • Turkey 8.6 percent
  • Lithuania: 6.3 Percent
  • Germany 5.4 percent
  • Slovenia: 4.7 percent
  • Luxembourg: 3.7 percent
  • UK: 3.6%
  • Switzerland: 3.5 percent
  • Slovakia: 3.3 percent
  • Italy: 2.8%
  • Spain: 2.4%
  • Finland: 1.9%
  • Poland: 1.7%
  • Norway: 1.6%
  • Ireland: 1.5%
  • The Netherlands: 1.3%
  • Iceland: 1.3%
  • Denmark: 1.3 percent
  • Sweden: 1.1%
  • Belgium: 1.1 percent
  • Estonia: 0.4 percent.

Publited Fri, 17 September 2021 at 07:39:00 +0000

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