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Personal Income Tax Rate in Lithuania

Tax Rate For Individuals in Lithuania

Indicator Data Period
Personal Income Tax Rate 20 % 2021


Latest data on Personal Income Tax Rate (%)

Personal Income Tax Rate
                     Lithuania - Historical Data (%)

What is personal tax rate in Lithuania?

  • Personal Income Tax Rate in Lithuania remained unchanged at 20 % in 2021. The maximum rate was 33 % and minimum was 15 %.
  • Data published Yearly by State Tax Inspectorate.

Historical Data (%) by years

Data
Period
Date
20 2021 02.06.2021
20 2020 16.09.2020
15 2018 12.02.2018
15 2016 11.08.2017
15 2015 31.12.2015
15 2014 31.12.2014
15 2013 31.12.2013
15 2012 31.12.2012


Historical Chart by presidents (%)

Personal Income Tax Rate in Lithuania by presidents

Name Period Start Data End Data Max Value Min Value CHG% Start/End
Dalia Grybauskaitė 12.07.2009 - 15.0000 15.0000 15.0000 15.0000 0.00%
Valdas Adamkus 26.02.1998 - 12.07.2009 33.0000 24.0000 33.0000 24.0000 -27.27%
Algirdas Brazauskas 25.02.1993 - 25.12.1998 33.0000 33.0000 33.0000 33.0000 0.00%

Other taxes in Lithuania

Index Updated Actual Previous
Corporate Tax Rate 2022 15 % 15
Sales Tax Rate 2022 21 % 21
Social Security Rate 2022 21.27 % 21.27

Personal Income Tax Rate in other countries

Country Updated Actual Previous
Austria 2022 55 % 55
Ireland 2022 40 % 48
Luxembourg 2022 42 % 45.78
Spain 2022 47 % 47
Iceland 2022 46.25 % 46.25
Norway 2021 38.2 % 38.2
Belarus 2022 13 % 13
Belgium 2022 50 % 50
Bulgaria 2022 10 % 10
Croatia 2022 30 % 30
Cyprus 2022 35 % 35
Czech Republic 2022 23 % 23
Denmark 2022 56 % 55.9
Estonia 2022 20 % 20
Euro Area 2022 42.9 % 43
European Union 2021 37.8 % 36.9
Finland 2021 56.95 % 56.95
France 2022 45 % 45
Germany 2022 45 % 45
Greece 2022 44 % 44
Hungary 2022 15 % 15
Italy 2022 43 % 43
Latvia 2022 31 % 31
Lithuania 2021 20 % 20
Macedonia 2022 10 % 10
Malta 2022 35 % 35
Moldova 2022 12 % 12
Montenegro 2021 9 % 9
Netherlands 2022 49.5 % 49.5
Poland 2022 32 % 32
Portugal 2022 48 % 48
Romania 2022 10 % 10
Russia 2022 13 % 13
Serbia 2021 10 % 10
Slovakia 2021 25 % 25
Slovenia 2022 45 % 50
Sweden 2022 52 % 52.9
Switzerland 2022 40 % 40
Turkey 2022 40 % 40
Ukraine 2022 18 % 18
United Kingdom 2022 45 % 45
Liechtenstein 2022 22.4 % 22.4
Albania 2022 23 % 23
Bosnia and Herzegovina 2022 10 % 10
Kosovo 2022 10 % 10