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This section contains summary statistics about individuals and households claiming Working Tax Credits and/or Child Tax Credits.


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In , OECD countries raised one-third of their tax revenue through Global Revenue Statistics Database, list.to-spb.ru?


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UK government raises over Β£ billion a year in receipts – income from taxes and other sources – equivalent to around 38% of GDP.


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National Statistics dataset – HM Revenue and Customs receipts 10 For complete coverage of all UK tax receipts, including those from local.


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OECD Tax Statistics are published in two volumes: The Revenue Statistics database provides The Taxing Wages database provides information on taxes paid and benefits received by Revenue Statistics: United Kingdom (Edition ).


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HM Revenue and Customs has published online a comprehensive set of manuals about the UK tax system. Tax revenues as a percentage of GDP for the UK in.


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The social security funds subsector was relatively important in terms of tax revenue in France On the other end of the scale, Denmark reported the lowest share 1. In absolute terms, tax revenue in continued the growth from its low-point of As a percentage of GDP, EU and EA tax revenue decreased every year from its peak almost unchanged compared with , until it started to increase in in , the EA tax-to-GDP declined slightly compared with , although in absolute terms an increase was noted - this is due to a decrease in nominal GDP. The effects of the economic and financial crisis on tax revenue from onwards are apparent. Even in absolute terms, tax revenue fell in the EU and the euro area between and - for the first time in the period from onwards see Figure 3 , before steadily rising again to surpass pre-crisis levels in in both areas. For the countries that partially use the assessment method of accrual recording see methodological notes , a capital transfer can be recorded from general government to other sectors of the economy. They range from 0. For the EU, the share of current taxes on income, wealth, etc. The longer lag in recovery could also be partly due to taxation policies in many Member States allowing losses to be carried forward and offset against profits. There are many reasons why government tax revenue varies from year to year. The most important type of taxes on production and imports is VAT. While the ratio of current taxes on income, wealth, etc. Figure 4 shows the recent historical trend of taxes on production and imports D. Tax revenue was decreasing more than GDP at that time. In in the EU, revenue from taxes on products accounted for about The highest ratios of taxes on production and imports relative to GDP were recorded in Sweden The lowest ratios of these indirect taxes were recorded for Ireland 8. The difference between direct taxes and indirect taxes is that for direct taxes, the burden of paying them cannot be shifted to other parties easily. This source of government revenue covers the compulsory and voluntary contributions payable to government by employees, employers and self- and non-employed persons. Tax revenue increased in absolute terms in all 28 Member States as well as Norway and Switzerland. Besides the main tax revenue categories, Figure 5 also shows two minor components that are included in the definition of tax revenue: capital taxes D. The proportional increase in tax revenue was higher than the proportional increase in GDP, which resulted in an increase in the tax-revenue-to-GDP ratio in both the EU and the euro area. Taxes on production and imports have slightly increased their share of total taxation from to This is at least partly due to increases in the VAT rates in many countries and the introduction of new taxes. In Sweden In federal countries reporting a state government, the importance of state government tax revenue in ranged from Finally, in Malta All three countries do not recognise a separate social security funds subsector. The remainder 0. Capital taxes D. Current cut-off date for National tax list data is 29 October National Tax Lists - individual taxes, updated 29 October The latest year for which detailed tax revenue statistics are available for all Member States is As a ratio of GDP, in tax revenue including net social contributions accounted for Compared with , increases in the ratio are observed for the EU and the euro area. From to , tax revenue in terms of GDP increased substantially, which was due to absolute tax revenue increasing along the same path as in the previous years and GDP growth being lower. This reflects pro-active tax measures taken by Member States during recent years to correct their government deficits, such as VAT rate increases and new taxes, for example bank levies and taxes on property. In , for the EU, this adjustment amounted to 0. More detailed breakdowns of D. Revenue from taxes and social contributions can be grouped into three main categories or types: first, indirect taxes defined as taxes linked to production and imports such as value added taxes - VAT , second, direct taxes consisting of current taxes on income and wealth, and third, net social contributions. Block transfers of tax revenue from one subsector to another frequently take place and are commonly enshrined in legislation. In , tax revenue in the EU remained relatively equally distributed between net social contributions Because of differing national tax structures, indirect taxes, direct taxes and net social contributions vary considerably in importance from country to country in terms of the tax revenue they generate. The lowest share of central government tax and social contribution revenue was recorded by Germany Tax receipts are recorded in the government subsector having the power to impose a tax and to set and vary the rate of the tax. The crisis β€” together with measures of fiscal policy to stimulate the economy adopted in the countries β€” had a strong impact on the level and composition of tax revenue in , although the first effects had already become visible from the third quarter of It should be noted, that even when using accrual methods of recording, the effects of changes in legislation or economic activity tends to have a delayed impact on tax revenue. However, in general, the main reasons are changes in economic activity affecting levels of employment, sales of goods and services, etc. In those countries reporting a distinct social security funds subsector, the vast majority of revenue is made up of social contributions. The comparatively high ratio for Denmark is due to most social benefits being financed via taxes on income and, consequently, the figures for net social contributions are very low relative to other countries. From to the share of direct taxes decreased more than GDP and the fall in direct taxes was more pronounced than the fall in indirect taxes. Data are collected by Eurostat on the basis of the European system of national and regional accounts ESA transmission programme: table 9, 'Detailed tax and social contributions receipts by type and receiving subsector'.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Thus the distribution of tax revenue across subsectors is not on its own an indication of the importance of a subsector in terms of function and share of expenditure. At the level of the EU in , current taxes on income, wealth, etc. In National Accounts, imputed social contributions D. Actual social contributions accounted for the highest ratios in GDP terms in France In Denmark, social transfers are mainly funded through tax receivables. In the ESA classification, these categories correspond to several transactions. By far the highest importance of current taxes on income, wealth, etc. Between and , decreases in the tax-to-GDP ratio were observed in the EU and the euro area in In , tax revenue made up In in the EU, taxes on production and imports accounted for Current taxes on income, wealth, etc. It includes any amounts payable by government as an employer. This could be primarily due to an increase in taxes on profits of corporations as well as increased employment personal income taxes , rather than tax-raising measures such as the introduction of property taxes β€” the increase in this component of D. Between and , taxes on production and imports grew in line with nominal GDP, meaning that as a ratio to GDP they remained stable at Taxes on products are further split into value added type taxes VAT; D. In , tax revenue including social contributions in the EU stood at As figure 1 shows, the ratio of tax revenue to GDP was highest in France The largest decreases in the tax-to-GDP ratio were observed in Denmark from In absolute terms from to , there was no country for which overall decreases in revenue from taxes and social contributions were recorded. The next-highest figures are recorded by Sweden, Belgium and Luxembourg, which raise At the other end of the scale, Romania 4. This represents taxes and social contributions assessed but unlikely to be collected D. These are recorded as 'other current transfers' and may form an important part of revenue of the receiving subsector. This recovery in tax revenue in most EU Member States can at least partly be attributed to active revenue-raising measures in some Member States, for example increases in the VAT rate, and the introduction of new taxes, such as bank and property taxes. These taxes accounted for 0. Taxes and social contributions imposed at state and local government level made up At the level of the EU in , tax revenue incl. It would take a more in-depth analysis in order to explain the causes of such variations in particular countries. Actual social contributions D. High amounts recorded in this category cannot be interpreted as a country having a less efficient tax collection system, since countries adopting the different method will not have any amounts recorded in this category. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}For recently updated ESA table 9, please see hereafter the tables on National tax list data. This reflects the higher sensitivity of corporate profits to the economic climate and highlights the role of corporate income taxes as automatic stabilisers. In , in terms of GDP, they accounted for 2. At the level of the EU, tax revenue increased by 3. Indirect taxes are expected to have a shorter lag in reaction to the renewed growth in output. Net social contributions include actual social contributions for paying into social security funds or other social insurance schemes as well as imputed social contributions , imputed contributions relating to the property income of certain social insurance schemes deemed as being an additional contribution to the scheme D. The main components of direct taxes are taxes on the income of individuals and corporations. Direct taxes have also taken longer to recover. Ireland, Malta, the United Kingdom and Norway do not report a distinct social security funds subsector. In the crisis, taxes on the income or profits of corporations experienced a decline in and further decreased in Despite their lower relative weight in the tax burden, the decrease in was stronger than the decrease in taxes on individual or household income which are affected by unemployment. From to , the share of net social contributions decreased by 0. Taxes on income cover both taxes on individual or household income and the income or profits of corporations, and include taxes on holding gains. Taxes on production and imports D. From to , tax revenue in the terms of GDP slightly decreased in both EU and the euro area, before increases from to see Figure 2. For indirect taxes, such as VAT, who ends up paying the taxes depends de facto on the price elasticities of supply and demand.