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The landscape of tax policy is changing—and we at the Tax Foundation are changing with it.3 min read
Denmark (55.9 percent), France (55.4 percent), and Austria (55 percent) have the highest top statutory personal income tax rates among European OECD countries.3 min read
Portugal’s value-added tax (VAT) policy is a treasure trove of tax oddities. Thankfully, VAT base broadening is an ideal instrument to give the Portuguese government the fiscal room to implement pro-growth tax reforms4 min read
A few European countries have made changes to their VAT rates, including the Czech Republic, Estonia, Switzerland, and Turkey.3 min read
It is essential to understand that the taxation of capital gains places a double tax on corporate income.5 min read
Like most regions around the world, European countries have experienced a decline in corporate income tax rates over the past four decades, but the average corporate income tax rate has leveled off in recent years.2 min read
In such a determinant semester for Europe, principled tax policy can be an important tool for a more competitive European Union.5 min read
Spain’s central government could learn some valuable lessons from its regional governments about sound tax policy.7 min read
European Tax Policy Scorecard: How Competitive is Ukraine’s Tax System Relative to EU Member States?
In the end, the best way for the EU to support Ukraine’s post-war recovery is to guarantee its tax sovereignty, not just its territorial sovereignty.5 min read
Taxes have played a major role throughout history, and even date back to around 5,000 years ago. Taxes will continue to affect our lives and shape our societies just like they have for thousands of years.