This chapter contains an overview of the tax framework under which local and foreign investors operate, including a look at the value-added tax being rolled out in Kuwait and across the GCC, a rundown of the remittance, excise and corporate taxes in place and an outline of the tax incentives and credits under the new investment law.
Interviews & Viewpoints | Angela Lee Loy, Chairman, Aegis Business Solutions: Viewpoint from The Report: Trinidad & Tobago 2017
Facing twin challenges of low energy prices and a sluggish global economy, Trinidad and Tobago finds itself in a perfect storm. To illustrate the extent of this challenge, revenue from petroleum fell from TT$19.3bn ($2.9bn) in 2014 to TT$1.7bn ($254m) in 2016, resulting in a huge hit to government coffers. While these circumstances are trying...
Articles & Analysis | Trinidad & Tobago's recent tax changes and regulations from The Report: Trinidad & Tobago 2017
For many years, Trinidad and Tobago has maintained a flat tax rate of 25%. This has since changed following the 2016/17 National Budget, which was introduced in September 2016. Effective January 1, 2017, individuals and companies whose chargeable income is in excess of TT$1m ($149,000) will be charged at a tiered rate. The progressive tax...
This chapter explores aspects of Trinidad and Tobago’s taxation system, examining a wide range of areas of special interest to international investors, such as income and corporate tax, petroleum profit tax, withholding tax, value-added tax and Customs tax, among others.
This chapter contains a viewpoint from Angela Lee Loy, Chairman, Aegis Business Solutions.