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The business of… Tax in the GCC

The business of… Tax in the GCC

From corporate income tax in Saudi Arabia to social security tax in Kuwait, Kipp takes a look at how the citizens of the Gulf are taxed.

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September 9, 2010 2:17 by



CORPORATE INCOME TAX

  • Applies to all foreign firms. For a joint venture, the tax liability depends on the foreign company’s share. Capital gains are subject to tax or zakat (religious) money.
  • The tax rate is 20 percent of tax adjusted profits, and withholding tax rates are between 5 and 20 percent. The income tax rate on taxable net income of foreign shareholders is 20 percent. Only non-Saudi investors are liable for income tax.

SOCIAL INSURANCE TAX

  • Paid monthly based on the salary plus housing. For Saudi employees, the rate is 20 percent, and 2 percent for non-Saudi employees.

VALUE-ADDED TAX

  • There is currently no value-added tax (VAT) system.


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