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Insightful Ratios

A ratio is a calculation where you divide one number by another number. Ratios allow you to do apples to apples comparisons between companies of different sizes and in different industries.

Money is like the blood flowing through the veins of a business. Accountants and financial analysts use a range of calculations to diagnose whether a business is healthy and whether projects make sense. Understand how financial professionals look at a business, and how these insights can be useful for you as a project manager. One way that a business or a project can be evaluated is based on how much it costs to run.

There are five different categories of ratios that provide a lot of insight about how healthy an organization is.

 

Liquidity ratios look at whether an organization has enough money to pay its bills. Some of the common liquidity ratios are the current ratio, the quick ratio, and the networking capital ratio.

 

Profitability ratios look at whether a company is making more money than it’s spending. The most common profitability ratios are profit margin and return on equity.

 

Capital structure ratios look at how much debt the company has. The two main capital structure ratios are debt to equity and debt to assets.

 

Market value ratios show how the company is performing for investors. These are mostly used for companies that are publicly traded on a stock exchange. Some common market value ratios are the price-to-earnings ratio and the dividend yield.

 

Finally, activity analysis ratios look at how efficiently the organization is using the money it has. These ratios include inventory turnover ratio, or turns, and the asset turnover ratio. Activity analysis ratios are very useful for understanding whether operational improvements are creating financial benefits.

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G20 Countries Corporate Tax | Income Tax (%) | VAT or GST or Sales Tax

G20 Countries
Corporate Tax
Income Tax (%)
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
G20 Countries
Japan
Corporate Tax
29.74%
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Income Tax (%)
55.95 : 50
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
8%
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G20 Countries
Netherlands
Corporate Tax
20% < €250,000, & > €250,000= 25%
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Income Tax (%)
60 : 52
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
21% (standard rate) 9% (essential and selected goods)
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G20 Countries
Germany
Corporate Tax
29.65%
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Income Tax (%)
57 : 44.3
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
19% (standard rate) 7% (food)
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G20 Countries
Australia
Corporate Tax
28.5%–30%
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Income Tax (%)
47 : 45
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
10% (standard rate) 10% (standard rate)
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G20 Countries
China
Corporate Tax
25%
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Income Tax (%)
45 : 45
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
16% (standard rate) 11% (energy, books, transportation, etc.) 10% (agricultural goods) 6% (modern service) 0% (goods/services for export)
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G20 Countries
France
Corporate Tax
15% (profit < €38,120) - 28.00% (profit > €38,120 and < €500,000) - 31.00% (profit > €500,000)
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Income Tax (%)
59.6 : 45
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
20% (standard rate) 10% (restaurants, transportation and tourism services) 5.5% (utilities) 2.1% (press)
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G20 Countries
South Africa
Corporate Tax
28%
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Income Tax (%)
45 : 40
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
15%
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G20 Countries
Spain
Corporate Tax
25% (4% Canary Islands)
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Income Tax (%)
56 : 43
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
21% (standard rate) 10% or 4% (reduced rates)
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G20 Countries
United Kingdom
Corporate Tax
19%
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Income Tax (%)
50 : 40
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
0% (life necessities: groceries, water, prescription medications, medical equipment and supplies; public transport; children's clothing; books and periodicals)
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G20 Countries
Italy
Corporate Tax
27.9% (24% + 3.9% municipal)
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Income Tax (%)
51 : 43
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
22% (standard rate) 10% (reduced rate) 4% (food and books)
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G20 Countries
South Korea
Corporate Tax
24.2%
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Income Tax (%)
40 : 35
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
10%
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G20 Countries
Switzerland
Corporate Tax
17.92
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Income Tax (%)
40.4 : 40
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
7.7% (standard rate) 3.8% or 2.5% (reduced rates)
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G20 Countries
United States
Corporate Tax
21% + 0–12% State/Local
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Income Tax (%)
39.6 : 35
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
11.725% (highest prevailing state + local sales tax rate) 0% (lowest prevailing rate)
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G20 Countries
India
Corporate Tax
25%-34.9%
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Income Tax (%)
35.88 : 30
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
28%, 18%, 12%, 5%, 0% (varies by commodity)
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G20 Countries
Argentina
Corporate Tax
35%
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Income Tax (%)
35 : 35
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
21%
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G20 Countries
Mexico
Corporate Tax
30%
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Income Tax (%)
35 : 28
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
16%
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G20 Countries
Turkey
Corporate Tax
20%
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Income Tax (%)
40 : 35
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
18% (standard rate) 8% (clothing) 1% (certain food items)
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G20 Countries
Canada
Corporate Tax
12%-38%
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Income Tax (%)
33 : 29
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
5% (federal GST) + 0%–15% (provincial taxes)
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G20 Countries
Indonesia
Corporate Tax
25%
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Income Tax (%)
35 : 30
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
10%
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G20 Countries
Brazil
Corporate Tax
34%
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Income Tax (%)
27.5 : 27.5
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
25% (maximum rate) 17% (minimum rate)
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G20 Countries
Singapore
Corporate Tax
17%
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Income Tax (%)
22 : 20
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
7%
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G20 Countries
Russia
Corporate Tax
20%
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Income Tax (%)
13 : 13
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
20% (standard rate) 10% (books, certain items of food and children goods) 0% (house or flat)
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G20 Countries
Saudi Arabia
Corporate Tax
5%
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Income Tax (%)
0 : 0
tradingeconomics.com
VAT | GST | Sales Tax
5%
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