Hey, It Ain't So Bad…

September 2006
Journal of Financial Planning;Sep2006, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p16
Academic Journal
This article talks about the rate of taxes that are paid in the United States compared to other countries. In Sweden, they pay fifty percent of their gross domestic product in taxes. In Denmark, it's forty-eight percent and Belgium pays forty-six percent. The U.S. pays twenty-five and a half percent of GDP. Japan pays the same as the U.S. and Mexico claims about nineteen percent.


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