Tax rates in Eurth

This is a list of tax rates in Eurth. Comparing tax rates among countries is difficult and somewhat subjective. Tax laws in many countries are extremely complex, and tax burden may fall differently on various groups in each country or sub-national unit.

     No national tax, local taxes may exist
     National flat tax
     National progressive or regressive tax

Country/Region Capital gains Carbon Church Corporate Fin. transaction Gift Income Inheritance Land value Payroll Poll Property Retention Transfer VAT Wealth Tariff
 Rihan 0% - 50% N/A Yes 0% - 15% 0.005% - 0.05% N/A 0% - 57% 0% - 7.5% N/A 0% - 12% N/A Varies N/A 4% 0% - 12.5% N/A ?
TBD.
 PyeMcGowan 0% - 20% 0% - 2% 1% 0% - 10% 0% - 0.05% N/A 0% - 23.5% 0% - 3.5% N/A 0% - 10% N/A 0% - 6% N/A 2.5% 0% - 7.5% N/A 0% - 62%
Although there are many restrictions between PyeMcGowan and Theodoria, Trade is allowed, but a tariff of 62% is in place on items worth P2.50+. Also, PyeMcGowan is home to multiple tax havens such as Nova Marina, Wilhelmburg and Jeneva, Levernestad And it’s multiple FEZs
 Faramount 5% - 90% 3% - 5% N/A 5% - 85% N/A 5%-85% 5% - 95% 0% - 100% N/A N/A N/A Varies N/A Varies 10% - 30% N/A 5% - 35%
Faramount has an immensely complex and ostensibly progressive tax code. In reality, this code is enforced arbitrarily and unfairly by corrupt officials focused more on graft than revenue.