In another thread, the question came up as to whether tithing should be contributed gross or net of taxes.
Which made me wonder which religions or denominations expect a 10% tithe from their members.
From the same thread, Kellner explains that in Germany a tithe is taken from employees at source if they are a registered Lutheran or Roman Catholic, but it is less than 10%.
A Swedish friend of mine explained that in Sweden, everybody has a small “church tax” levvied on them, IIRC regrdless of belief, which goes to the state church. Again, this is less than 10%.
I am baptised in my own country’s state religion: the Church of England. A look around their website uncovers a page that explains
Again, this figure is lower than would be expected if donors were paying a 10% tithe.
So does anyone have any dope on which religions or denominations expect a 10% tithe from members?