Countries With Lowest Personal Income Tax Rate - Bottom 10 World

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Personal Income Tax Rate Latest Reference
Bulgaria
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Kazakhstan
Kosovo
Libya
Macedonia
Mongolia
Romania
Guatemala
Montenegro

Guatemala Personal Income Tax Rate latest value is 7.00 percent. Source: Superintendence of the Tax Administration. Forecast: 7 percent.
Montenegro Personal Income Tax Rate was last reported at 9.00 percent. It ranks as the world's lowest recorded personal income tax rate. Source: Department of Public Revenues, Montenegro. Forecast: 9 percent.
Bosnia and Herzegovina Personal Income Tax Rate latest value is 10.00 percent, it is ranked as the 3rd world's lowest personal income tax rate. Source: Indirect Taxation Authority of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Forecast: 10 percent.
Kazakhstan Personal Income Tax Rate was last reported at 10.00 percent. It ranks as the world's 4th lowest recorded personal income tax rate. Source: Tax Committee of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Forecast: 10 percent.
Kosovo Personal Income Tax Rate stands at 10.00 percent and is the 5th lowest personal income tax rate. Source: Ministry of Finance, Republic of Kosovo. Forecast: 10 percent.
Libya Personal Income Tax Rate latest value is 10.00 percent, it is ranked as the 6th world's lowest personal income tax rate. Source: Ministry of Finance. Forecast: 10 percent.
Macedonia Personal Income Tax Rate was last reported at 10.00 percent. It ranks as the world's 7th lowest recorded personal income tax rate. Source: Public Revenue Office. Forecast: 10 percent.
Mongolia Personal Income Tax Rate stands at 10.00 percent and is the 8th lowest personal income tax rate. Source: General Department of National Taxation. Forecast: 10 percent.
Romania Personal Income Tax Rate latest value is 10.00 percent, it is ranked as the 9th world's lowest personal income tax rate. Source: National Agency for Fiscal Administration (ANAF). Forecast: 11 percent.
The country with lowest Personal Income Tax Rate is Bulgaria (10.00 percent in 2018) followed by Bosnia and Herzegovina (10.00 percent in 2018) in the second position and Kazakhstan (10.00 percent in 2018) in the third.