Where in Europe are the lowest and highest rates of tax?

The lowest tax rates can boast Ireland, Cyprus and Bulgaria, and the highest - Malta.

That's right, one of the lowest in Europe is rightly considered the tax rate in Ireland. There it is only 12.5%. This low rate attracts a number of international companies to register their headquarters in Dublin.

Cyprus is next to Ireland in this rating, and "ahead of" them is only Bulgaria with a tax rate of 10%.

In the UK, this figure is 20 percent, and by 2020 it is planned to reduce to 17 percent.

The rate in Germany is 29.72%, in Spain and Portugal - 25 and 21%.

Belgium, France and Italy have some of the highest tax rates of 33.99%, 33.3% and 31.4% accordingly.

Nevertheless, the undisputed leader in the ranking of the countries with the highest rates is Malta with a rate of 35 percent.

In Eastern Europe, as a rule, rates are lower and range from 10 to 22 percent.

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