Ecuador Fiscal Income and Tax Data:
Many of the nation’s rich are often heard complaining about the current level of taxation, but in actuality, now is simply the first time they have ever really had to pay taxes.
According to the Ecuador Central Bank, in 2000, the fiscal income was of $4,126 million, while in 2006 $11,263 million, and in 2009 $20,781 million.
However, many experts feel this has been offset by the high levels of spending the current administration is doing (for instance, many first time visitors to Ecuador think the country is trying to employ their entire male population by increasing the police force).
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