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Let's calculate tax for us (self-employed)
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119,000
1) Convert the USD amount to the country's currency
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97.06%
2) Find income's tax brackets and calculate how much tax you pay on that. Include all mandatory payments
- Senor Tax (1869)
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Complete
3) Convert resulting tax back to USD
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PERSONAL INCOME TAX (USD)
\$0\$50,000\$100,000\$250,000Stripe?Braintree?SourceComment
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100.00%ChileCL\$2,000\$4,000\$10,000NONO
http://www.kpmg.com/Global/en/IssuesAndInsights/ArticlesPublications/taxation-international-executives/russia/pages/income-tax.aspx#2
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100.00%UkraineUA\$10,500\$10,500\$10,500NOYES
http://taxsummaries.pwc.com/uk/taxsummaries/wwts.nsf/ID/Romania-Corporate-Withholding-taxes It's 5% now but I used 10.5% because that's what will be in 2017 with an extra 5.5% for Health
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100.00%RussiaRU\$3,000\$6,000\$15,000NONO
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100.00%BrazilBR\$5,000\$10,000\$25,000NOYES
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100.00%Hong KongHK\$5,000\$10,000\$25,000YESYES
http://europa.eu/youreurope/citizens/work/taxes/income-taxes-abroad/bulgaria/index_en.htm Corporate tax is 10%, Self employment (pension fund, health insurance, etc. is 30.3% and has a ceeling of 1300 euro (would be increased a bit in 2018), you only pay 10% tax on everything you make above that.
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SwitzerlandCH\$3,200\$10,460\$28,475NONOhttp://www.gov.hk/en/residents/taxes/etax/services/tax_computation.htm
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100.00%SingaporeSG\$11,813\$19,629\$35,379YESYEShttp://www.tax.lt/skaiciuokles/individualios_veiklos_mokesciu_skaiciuokle
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100.00%UruguayUY\$4,321\$12,821\$37,500NONO
http://www.steueramt.zh.ch/internet/finanzdirektion/ksta/de/steuerberechnung/npers/staats_und_gemeindesteuern.html
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United Kingdom
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100.00%BulgariaBG\$11,378\$20,878\$49,378YESYEShttp://www.finanse.mf.gov.pl/pit/kalkulator-pit http://www.pit.pl/zus_przedsiebiorcow_288.php
19% linear tax + 451.68 PLN (118\$)/month for ZUS insurance in first 2 years. After 2 years 1002,3 PLN (262\$)/month for ZUS insurance. For programmers under 150 000 euro/year, with no business expenses, the tax is simplified 17% "ryczaĆt" (still need to pay ZUS insurance). Health insurance is deducted from tax, social insurance is deducted from tax base. 23% VAT when providing services to locals (above 150,000 PLN/year).
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100.00%AustraliaAU\$7,500\$7,725\$19,751YESNO
Are there other taxes? How much is Unified Social Contribution?
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100.00%GermanyDE\$4,328\$14,553\$65,337YESYEShttps://www.iras.gov.sg/irasHome/page04.aspx?id=1190
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100.00%SpainES\$500.00\$12,352\$30,278\$71,127YESYEShttp://www.calculator.net/take-home-pay-calculator.html
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http://www.logistis.gr/default.asp?pid=56
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100.00%LithuaniaLT\$15,000\$35,000\$87,500NOYEShttp://cyprus.angloinfo.com/information/money/income-tax/
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100.00%United StatesUS\$17,500\$35,000\$87,500NONO
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100.00%FinlandFI\$17,500\$35,000\$87,500NOYEShttp://www.invest.gov.tr/en-US/investmentguide/investorsguide/Pages/Taxes.aspx
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100.00%NorwayNO\$6,986\$24,341\$91,526YESYES
http://www.incometaxcalculator.org.uk/index.php?yr=2014&age=0&time=1&ingr=33300.03&calculate=Calculate
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100.00%GreeceGR\$11,133\$34,508\$100,974YESYEShttps://www.bmf-steuerrechner.de/ekst/?
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100.00%IrelandIE\$52,000.00\$12,752\$32,918\$103,117YESYEShttp://www.dinside.no/789330/slik-blir-din-skatt-i-2015
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100.00%AustriaAT\$11,365\$33,727\$110,442YESYEShttp://cincodias.com/cincodias/2014/01/14/economia/1389682737_088013.html
http://www.irpf.eu/excel/tramos-retenciones-irpf-2014.zip
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100.00%ItalyIT\$12,376\$34,930\$110,589YESYEShttp://prosentti.vero.fi/VPL2015/Sivut/Henkilotiedot.aspx?kieli=en-US
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100.00%HungaryHU\$13,139\$38,957\$116,454YESYEShttp://www.virtualaccountant.ie/Tools/tax2015.jsp
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100.00%TurkeyTR\$18,761\$42,290\$120,290YESYEShttp://www.expatax.nl/tax-rates-2014.php
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100.00%DenmarkDK\$15,438\$41,755\$125,419YESYES
https://www.skatteverket.se/privat/sjalvservice/svarpavanligafragor/beloppprocentsatser/privatbeloppfaq/narskamanbetalastatliginkomstskattochhurhogarden.5.10010ec103545f243e8000166.html
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100.00%NetherlandsNL\$24,000.00\$21,172\$55,016\$137,061YESYES
https://www.easycalculation.com/tax/france.php + http://www.entrepriseindividuelle.info/Calc_CharSoc.php
EURL with IS option
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100.00%BelgiumBE\$21,514\$52,994\$145,334NOYEShttp://www.economias.pt/tabelas-de-irs/
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100.00%FranceFR\$15,320\$36,170\$156,981YESYEShttp://www.ilsole24ore.com/speciali/manovra2011/v6/irpef.shtml
You have to add 23% for previdential taxes
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0.00%PortugalPT
P > Brazil tax is one of the highest Google states
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P > Can you specify the personal income tax for solde traders?
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P > Can't imagine it's this low
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P > I'm not talking about company tax here btw
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P > Is it a legal and practical loophole most people can use?
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P > So these numbers seem invalid
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X -> Another good info to know is to have a good accountant. For example. If your company declares its activities as "Software Maintainance" you start at a 6% tax. But "Software Development" is near 18%
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X -> I'm checking now the taxes relating to sending/receiving money from abroad
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X -> If you want a company with more partners and hires, you'll have to almost triple these numbers (not to mention taxes gets very complicated). Believe-me I've been in both sides.
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X -> Other downsides, is that to start your company takes arounf 60 days and costs around \$300
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X -> Take a look at this taxes table based on company income http://www.normaslegais.com.br/legislacao/simples-nacional-anexoIII.html
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X -> Yes it is, but only works if you never hire anyone
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X > In brazil, profit is not taxable for PErsonal IRS declaration
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X > This is a loophole for whoever works for hlmself
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X > You can declare all your earnings as profit
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0.00%Czech RepublicCZNOYES
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0.00%CroatiaHRNOYES
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0.00%IcelandISNOYES
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0.00%LiechtensteinLINOYES
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0.00%MaltaMTNOYES
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0.00%RomaniaRONOYES
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0.00%SloveniaSNNOYES
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0.00%GibraltarNOYES
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0.00%GuernseyNOYES
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0.00%Isle of ManNOYES
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0.00%JerseyNOYES
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0.00%LatviaNOYES
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0.00%MonacoNOYES
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0.00%San MarinoNOYES
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Countries like Hungary, Estonia and Lithuania have a minimum monthly contribuition system similar to Poland, if you don't earn anything you still have to pay 100-200 euros per month
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