Who is the largest tax-paying state?





France has recorded according to a recent study the second highest in the world to impose taxes on the people
Jean-Yves Laudrian


According to the annual study conducted by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the ranking of France as the second country after Denmark, according to the imposition of tax rates, recording the second highest tax burden in the world.


The percentage of social contributions paid by the French amounted to 45.3% of the national income. The tax rate in Denmark was 45.9%. The Northern Kingdom recorded a limited deficit of 0.6% of GDP and 3.4% in Paris.


So France has the privacy of very heavy taxes that will continue until next spring, but under the excessive deficit procedures in Brussels, the income tax is relatively low in France.