The real tax burden in Italy is 52%



According to a study by the CGIA Mestre real tax burden in Italy in 2009 reached 51.9%, far more than the 43.2% indicated by Istat.
The research department of the artisans of mestre arrived at this figure by taking away tax revenue to GDP ratio, which determines the tax burden, the informal economy . Istat it applies the rules laid down by Eurostat, the Statistical Office of the European Union, which call for counting the weight in GDP economy. In 2009 the economy was estimated between 231.9 and 255.9 billion euro.
Removing from GDP in 2009 amounted to 1.5208 trillion euro, the underground economy tax revenue to GDP ratio, or the tax burden, nearly 52%.


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