CoverIn 2011 tax revenues increased to 40.0% of GDP in the EU-27 and 40.8% of GDP in the EA-17 - Issue number 55/2012
Statistics in focus. Economy and finance 55/2012.
Tax revenue in the European Union, 2011 data
As a ratio of GDP, tax revenues (including social contributions) accounted for 40.0 % of GDP in the European Union (EU-27) and 40.8 % of GDP in the euro area (EA-17). This represents an increase of 0.4 pp. of GDP in the EU-27 and 0.5 in the EA-17. In absolute terms, tax revenues in 2011 surpassed pre-crisis levels both in the EU-27 and the EA-17. [+]

CoverTaxation trends in the European Union. Data for the EU Member States, Iceland and Norway
This report contains a detailed statistical and economic analysis of the tax systems of the Member States of the European Union, plus Iceland and Norway, which are Members of the European Economic Area. The data are presented within a unified statistical framework (the ESA95 harmonised system of national and regional accounts), which makes it possible to assess the heterogeneous national tax systems on a fully comparable basis. The standard classifications of tax revenues (by major type of tax or by level of government) presented in most international tax revenue statistics are hard to interpret in economic terms. [+]

CoverTaxation trends in the European Union. Main results
This booklet illustrates in a concise format the main findings from the 2012 edition of the report ‘Taxation trends in the European Union’ issued by the European Commission Directorate-General for Taxation and Customs Union and Eurostat, the Statistical Office of the European Communities. All tables and calculations are taken from these sources. The report covers all EU Member States, Iceland and Norway. How high are taxes in Europe? Are tax levels increasing or decreasing? How is the tax burden shared between labour, capital and consumption? How does my country compare with the other Member States? This booklet analyses these and other questions. A statistical annex contains the main data by country and for the EU as a whole. [+]

La Comisión Europea ha propuesto hoy una actualización de las normas de la UE en materia de IVA, a fin de garantizar un tratamiento fiscal uniforme de todos los tipos de bonos en todos los Estados miembros. Los bonos representan un mercado de más de 52 000 millones de euros al año en la Unión Europea. Los bonos prepagados de telecomunicaciones constituyen casi el 70 % de ese mercado, seguidos de los cheques-regalo y los bonos de descuento. Sin embargo, las divergencias en las normativas nacionales en materia de IVA aplicables a los bonos generan graves ineficiencias en el mercado. En lugar de poder beneficiarse realmente del mercado único, las empresas se enfrentan a problemas de doble imposición y tienen dificultades a la hora de extender sus actividades a través de las fronteras. Las nuevas normas tienen por objeto corregir esta situación. (RAPID, IP/12/464, 10.5.2012)

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