The United States pays its citizens’ income tax at a rate of 35% while paying out a little less than 10% in other countries.
Australia pays its tax at 10%, Canada 10% and Germany 10%.
The European Union and Japan each pay about 10%, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Australia is the only country to offer a personal tax deduction of 15%.
The US does not levy a national income tax, but it does collect taxes on some businesses and individuals.