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Following the National Budget 2022 - 2023 in June 2022, the much awaited Finance Act 2022 is finally out. We are pleased to share a Summary of Tax & Regulatory Measures which has been jointly prepared by PwC Mauritius and PwC Legal (Mauritius).
In the PDF, you'll discover the calculations of how Robin earns more than Rita but is worse off after paying 12.5% tax.
Personal tax - A new tax rate of 12.5% has been introduced
Global Business sector - Introduction of a qualified
domestic minimum top-up tax
SMEs - Turnover threshold increased to Rs100m (previously Rs50m);
Refund of salary compensation of Rs375
Tourism - Refund of salary compensation of Rs260 - Rs500
Support scheme - Prime a l’Emploi for the first 10,000 eligible employees; Monthly income allowance of Rs1,000 for all those earning less that Rs50,000
We invite you to register and download our summary of Tax and Regulatory measures.
The introduction of a new tax band and tax rate of 12.5%, although providing relief to some taxpayers, creates a distortion for those earning slightly above Rs700,000.
PwC | Tax Leader
+230 404 5079
Amendments are being proposed to the tax dispute resolution process seeking to resolve tax disputes expeditiously, but at what cost?
Head of PwC Legal (Mauritius) Ltd
+230 404 5079
PwC Legal (Mauritius) Ltd is an independent law firm registered in Mauritius under the Law Practitioners Act and forms part of the PwC network of firms.
Anthony Leung Shing, ACA, CTA
Country Senior Partner, PwC Mauritius
Tel: +230 404 5071
Jean-Pierre Young, ACA, CIA
Advisory Leader, PwC Mauritius
Tel: +230 404 5028
Assurance Leader, PwC Mauritius
Tel: +230 404 5138
Dheerend Puholoo, ACCA
Tax Leader, PwC Mauritius
Tel: +230 404 5079