Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by eridonvevo77, Mar 18, 2016.
What's the % tax on Uk or USA ? I heard that's 30% in USA but that is just too high...
Here in the UK we only get taxed after earning over around 10k (this is rising this year to about 11.5k I believe) which is a 20% tax up to 32k and then its 40%
Canada 52%. Purist will tell you the max there is ~30%, but they forget all the hidden taxes and obligated cotisation taken from your salary. In the end it is 52%. US 35% (worst state).
Yeh that's just income tax, we also pay national insurance contributions and local taxes
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30% in my country for anyone earning more than 1000000 INR ( Roughly 15k USD )
Plz delete this post. Sorry
Here in Albania i never paid a single penny lol..But now i can't use Adsense here..
I live in the US and yes I pay around 30% give or take 3%. I live in California so I get the extra F U.
That's just high..
No taxes up to $15k. About 20% in case you earn more.
Is that for a year?
national insurance is a few k £ a year if you're on decent money. Then council tax about £1-200 a month depending on how nice your house is
Including Self Employment tax, it's anywhere from 30%-55% in the U.S.
10% in Bosnia...
We're close,i may move there. lol
in some 3rd countries, its starts from 20% to 35%,
I am on the 25% bracket smh, on top of that, there's a 12% VAT on almost everything we buy.
And we don't pay it
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