The FIFA tax calculation guide shows you how much you owe, how much of it you can deduct and how much is taxable.
Read moreIn the FIFA tax calculator, which is published on FIFA.com, you will find a table showing how much money you owe for the tax year in question, with a line graph showing the taxable income for the year.
In this example, if you earn €50,000 and pay the tax, the line graph shows you owe €8,000.
The next line graph will show you how the tax is paid:The table will then show you the taxable profit you can use to deduct the tax from your income.
You will find that, if all of the money you earn is taxable, the amount of the tax you pay is €11,000 (the maximum amount you can claim as a deduction).
However, if the money that you earn in taxable income is more than €50 and the tax applies, you can also claim a maximum of €10,000 of tax.
If you are a resident of France, Italy or Spain, you must declare a foreign source of income, such as property or royalties, as long as you pay tax on the money earned from those sources.
The tax calculations are based on a tax rate of 15% and apply to income up to €100,000 ($125,000).
You can also use the FIFA Tax Calculator to determine how much tax you will pay on your business income if you are not a resident or an individual.
Read the FIFA Taxes guide on how to calculate tax at the top of the page.