A unique report by PwC and the World Bank Group
Fourteen years of data and analysis of tax systems in 190 economies: how is technology affecting tax administration and policy?
Now in its 13th edition, Paying Taxes continues to be a unique study from PwC and the World Bank Group, which investigates and compares tax regimes across 190 economies worldwide using a medium-sized domestic case study company.
This year, we look at how new tax software, real time reporting systems and data analytics are changing the way companies meet their tax compliance obligations and how tax authorities monitor and enforce those obligations.
We consider the balance between labour and income taxes, as economies consider the impact of the changes to the nature of work and the impact this has on revenue streams. And we look at some of the different approaches taken by tax authorities to tax audits and to the provision of training for both tax auditors and taxpayers.
Use the drop-down menu below to see which reforms had the greatest impact on the 2017 global average for each of the Total Tax and Contribution Rate, the time to comply and the number of payments indicators.
Last year, PwC and the World Bank hosted a live webcast to present the 2019 study results and respond to audience questions.
Explore current and historical tax data from all 14 years of the study to find the results for your economy.
You can compare individual economies, geographic regions and economic regions for any year since 2004 and save your results.
Partner, Tax Transparency and Total Tax Contribution Leader, PwC United Kingdom
Tel: +44 7712 666441
Senior Manager, Tax Transparency and Total Tax Contribution, PwC United Kingdom
Tel: +44 7715 211316