30-52% income tax.
Then we get compulsory insurances, which are in essence taxes for healthcare, pension and disabilities (don't know the exact percentage, have to lookup my payment sheet).
21% (going to be 23%) consumer tax.
Have you got insurance? There's a tax for that, 21%.
Want to buy groceries? 6% tax.
Then we get a 66% tax on fuel, gas and electricity.
When we die state takes 40% as tax.
Want to sell your house? 10% tax.
New car has a 20% tax and on top the 21% consumer tax.
Want to drive a car? There's a tax for that!
Company car? Add 14%-25% (depending on CO2 emissions) of the new value of the car to your income and pay 30-52% tax over that!
Then there are the taxes on a corporate level that get included into product price, which you don't actually see on the bill!
It all amounts to a total tax pressure of more then 75% on the worker. In Holland we have the highest tax pressure in the world.