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Distribution of the VAT gap in the Netherlands in 2017, by category
VAT gap distribution in the Netherlands in 2017, by category
This statistic shows the distribution of the VAT gap in the Netherlands in 2017, by category. The policy gap was 51.84 percent, whereas the exemption gap was 40.64 percent in the Netherlands that year.
Distribution of the VAT gap in the Netherlands in 2017, by category
Share of the VAT gap
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Source

Release date

September 2019

Region

Netherlands

Survey time period

2017

Supplementary notes

The source sates the following about the policy gap, rate gap and the exemption gap:

The policy gap is an indicator of the additional VAT revenue that a MS could theoretically (i.e. in the case of perfect tax compliance) generate if it applied a uniform VAT rate on all goods and services.

The rate gap is defined as the difference between the VTTL and what would be obtained in a counterfactual situation, in which the standard rate, instead of the reduced, parking, and zero rates, is applied to final consumption. Thus, the rate gap captures the loss in revenue that a particular country incurs by adopting multiple VAT rates instead of a single standard rate.

The exemption gap is defined as the difference between the VTTL and what would be obtained in a counterfactual situation, in which the standard rate is applied to exempt products and services, and no restriction of the right to deduct applies.

VAT gap distribution in the Netherlands in 2017, by category
This statistic shows the distribution of the VAT gap in the Netherlands in 2017, by category. The policy gap was 51.84 percent, whereas the exemption gap was 40.64 percent in the Netherlands that year.
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