Money and tax system in Luxembourg
The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, a small country situated in the centre of Europe, is known for its banks and financial institutions and its services of private management. Often associated with a tax haven, the country however shows fiscal transparency nowadays.
Cost of living of Luxembourg residents
If we look at services and other consumer goods, prices in Luxembourg are higher than other European countries. The housing reaches price levels comparable to those of London and Paris. In some districts of Luxembourg-City, prices per square meter reach 10,000 euros or more.
The costs of food and clothing are also rather high compared to the surrounding countries.
On the other side, some products are cheaper such as alcohols, tobacco, fuels, vehicles.
At the same time, wages in Luxembourg are above the European average, and more particularly in the other components of the Greater Region.
Luxembourg’s finances are healthy as evidenced by the triple AAA of S & P, Fitch and DBRS renewed in 2018 by the main rating agencies. Fitch even forecasts an acceleration of growth in 3.3% and then a stabilization at 3%. Almost half of the Government expenditure are financed by direct taxes such as the income tax. Contrary to numerous countries, almost all of the income of the private individuals are subjected to taxation.”
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