Re: Tax Hells
That statistics seems a bit odd for me.
Last time I worked in Denmark, I paid 48-49% in Tax, and that was only a 2-month Summer Job, and I know, you pay 8%Unemployment insurance + 59% tax as a high-earner in Denmark now, which you would be with $100.000 per year.
I can not open the link fro KPMG, so can not see if it is explained there, but otherwise, I guess, they have deducted pension contributions, or other costs, that are included in the danish taxes, but needs to be paid by yourself in othr countries.
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