In order to make successful military campaigns more rewarding, we have introduced the Taxation of Occupied Regions. In addition to the familiar production bonuses, countries will now gain additional tax income from the regions they have conquered.
You can easily access the Economy page of your country from the Community tab, and see a graphical representation of the tax revenue. The information can also be displayed as a table. The amount of currency collected through taxes is updated in real time both in the country treasury and in the Tax Revenue chart.
The taxes of country under partial or total occupation are divided between the occupying countries and the country that is occupied. The taxes are affected by the number of regions each country holds.
The taxes included in the calculations are:
- Import tax
- VAT (Value Added Tax)
- Work tax
PCI = Partial Country Income
TCI = Total Country Income
TC = Tax Collected
BI = Base Income (20% for the country collecting the tax)
OR = The number of original regions of the country
CR = The number of original regions currently under control
PCI = TC * ( CR/OR*80% + BI )
For example, Greece has 10 regions and 2 of them are under occupation of Finland and 1 is under occupation of Sweden. Greece collects 1000 currency in taxes from its citizens.
OR = 10
TC = 1000
BI = 20%
CR (Greece) = 7
CR (Finland) = 2
CR (Sweden) = 1
TCI (Greece) = 760 currency
TCI (Finland) = 160 currency
TCI (Sweden) = 80 currency
The total income of a country (TCI) is the sum of PCI’s calculated for the original and non-original regions the country possesses.
For example, Finland controls a part of its original regions, but has also occupied regions from Greece and Belarus. Finland’s TCI will be:
TCI = PCI(Finland) + PCI (Greece) + PCI (Belarus)
Please note that even if a country has 0 regions, the base income is still 20%.