Tag: GTED

Tax Expenditure Country Reports. Unveiling Tax Expenditures at the Country Level

and | 9 July 2024
Fiscal, Blog | Tags: GTED, GTETI, Tax Expenditures
As shown by the Global Tax Expenditures Transparency Index (GTETI) the quality and scope of TE reporting is highly heterogeneous across jurisdictions, which makes cross-country comparability even trickier. The new series will promote deeper discussions of TE regimes, ultimately enhancing the quality and quantity of ... continue reading

Tax Expenditures Country Report: The Netherlands

| 9 July 2024
Fiscal, Discussion Notes | Tags: GTED, GTETI, Tax Expenditures, The Netherlands
Tax expenditures (TEs) in the Netherlands represent a significant portion of government spending, amounting to 15% of GDP in 2022. These provisions include deviations from the standard tax base, rates, and special credits across various taxes, such as Personal Income Tax (PIT), Corporate Income Tax ... continue reading

Evaluation of Tax Expenditures. Conceptual Frameworks and International Experiences

, and | 28 November 2023
Fiscal, Discussion Notes | Tags: GTED, Latin America, Tax Expenditures
This report provides an international overview of the state of tax expenditure evaluations, showing that it remains relatively underdeveloped, not only in Latin America and the Caribbean, but also across the world. ... continue reading

The Global Tax Expenditures Transparency Index Companion Paper

, , and | 3 November 2023
Fiscal, Discussion Notes | Tags: GTED, GTETI, Tax Expenditures
The GTETI Companion Paper describes the 5 dimensions and 25 indicators that make up the recently launched index, together with the scope and methodology used. ... continue reading

Tax Expenditures in An Era of Transformative Change: The GTED Flagship Report 2023

, and | 2 November 2023
Fiscal, Discussion Notes | Tags: GTED, Tax Expenditures
Governments continue to forgo trillions of dollars in tax revenues with a level of opacity that is striking. More than half of the countries worldwide still do not report at all on the costs of tax deductions, exemptions and other benefits... ... continue reading