Powered by OnlyBoth
Go Query across
countries
 Score
countries
A sentence is worth 1,000 data.®

Global References

geography. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
income group. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
value-added-tax (VAT) rate. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
value-added-tax (VAT) gross compliance ratio. Higher values are better. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
value-added-tax (VAT) productivity. Higher values are better. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
value-added-tax (VAT) threshold. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
time since the VAT was introduced. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
corporate income tax rate. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
corporate income tax productivity. Higher values are better. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
minimum non-zero personal income tax rate. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
maximum tax rate on personal income. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
income level at which the top marginal personal income tax rate is imposed. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
income level at which the lowest non-zero marginal personal income tax rate is imposed. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
personal income tax productivity. Higher values are better. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
social security tax as a percentage of gross salary. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
labor taxation as a percentage of gross salary. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
net VAT collection as a percentage of GDP. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
corporate income tax collection as a percentage of GDP. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
personal income tax collection as a percentage of GDP. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
total tax revenues (domestic and customs) as a percentage of GDP. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
tax collection overhead. Lower values are better. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
organize tax administration along functional lines. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
have a semi-autonomous revenue agency. A 'yes' value is good. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
have a large-taxpayer unit within tax administration. A 'yes' value is good. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
have a combined tax and customs administration. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
require certification of no outstanding tax obligations before engaging in certain activities. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
tax administrators per 1,000 inhabitants. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
active taxpayers per tax administrator. Higher values are better. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
rely on hydrocarbons or minerals for at least 25% of fiscal revenue or of export proceeds. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
GDP per capita. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
agriculture sector as a percentage of GDP. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
imports as a percentage of GDP. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
private consumption as a percentage of GDP. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
in the European Union. The 28 European Union members as of Nov 2016 were listed at: https://europa.eu/european-union/about-eu/countries/member-countries_en.
IGNORE THIS. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change in value-added-tax (VAT) rate. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in value-added-tax (VAT) gross compliance ratio. Higher values are better. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in value-added-tax (VAT) productivity. Higher values are better. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in value-added-tax (VAT) threshold. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in corporate income tax rate. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in corporate income tax productivity. Higher values are better. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in minimum non-zero personal income tax rate. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in maximum tax rate on personal income. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in personal income tax productivity. Higher values are better. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in social security tax as a percentage of gross salary. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in labor taxation as a percentage of gross salary. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in net VAT collection as a percentage of GDP. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in corporate income tax collection as a percentage of GDP. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in personal income tax collection as a percentage of GDP. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in total tax revenues (domestic and customs) as a percentage of GDP. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in tax collection overhead. Lower values are better. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in tax administrators per 1,000 inhabitants. Lower values are better. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in active taxpayers per tax administrator. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in GDP per capita. Higher values are better. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
dollar change over 3 years in GDP per capita. Higher values are better. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in agriculture sector as a percentage of GDP. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in imports as a percentage of GDP. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
change over 3 years in private consumption as a percentage of GDP. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
improved or maxed out on all tax-productivity measures (there are 3 of these, and each nation needs at least 2 with actual values to qualify). A 'yes' value is good. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
got worse or bottomed out on all tax-productivity measures (there are 3 of these, and each nation needs at least 2 with actual values to qualify). A 'no' value is good. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
improved or maxed out on all change measures (there are 8 of these, and each nation needs at least 3 with actual values to qualify). A 'yes' value is good. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.
got worse or bottomed out on all change measures (there are 8 of these, and each nation needs at least 3 with actual values to qualify). A 'no' value is good. Data comes from the USAID Collecting Taxes database (http://catalog.data.gov/dataset/collecting-taxes-database). We use the most-recently published dataset from 2012-2013. Changes over time are with respect to the dataset from 2009-2010.


Copyright © 2014-2018. All Rights Reserved. OnlyBoth® is a registered trademark of OnlyBoth Inc.
Terms of Use | Markets | Solutions | Benchmarking

product tour