OECD: Corporate income tax rate 2008

Corporate income tax rate comparison among OECD countries:

Country / Corporate income tax rate – 2008
Japan — 39.5
United States — 39.3
France — 34.4
Belgium — 34.0
Canada — 33.5
Luxembourg — 30.4
Germany — 30.2
Australia — 30.0
New Zealand — 30.0
Spain — 30.0
Mexico — 28.0
Norway — 28.0
Sweden — 28.0
United Kingdom — 28.0
Italy — 27.5
Korea — 27.5
Portugal — 26.5
Finland — 26.0
Netherlands — 25.5
Austria — 25.0
Denmark — 25.0
Greece — 25.0
Switzerland — 21.2
Czech Republic — 21.0
Hungary — 20.0
Turkey — 20.0
Poland — 19.0
Slovak Republic — 19.0
Iceland — 15.0
Ireland — 12.5

Source: OECD Tax Database

5 Comments

  1. Vikas said,

    December 17, 2008 at 5:39 am

    I would like to know the rate of Corporate Income Tax in Poland for year 1998

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    Actually, this is only the statuatory rate, not the actual rate. According to the OECD, our effective tax rates are the third lowest: the OECD average is more than 50% higher than ours. And, according to the GAO, about two out of three US corporations pay NO tax.

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