This year again four different scenarios have been compared for each country, in three different
personal situations, totalising 12 different comparative computations. The survey also includes
an additional section in which salary cost and net pay were examined from a different angle,
converting them into ‘net spendable income’ by factoring in the cost of living and housing, as well
as family allowances.
Furthermore, the report provides a European ranking for the tax treatment of passive
income (interest, dividends, capital gains and wealth tax), and also includes a section focusing
on headquarter companies, including a ranking of Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland,
Luxembourg, Ireland and Italy.
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