Mauritius: Tax measures in 2021-2022 budget

The budget for 2021-2022 was presented on 10 June 2021

The budget for 2021-2022 was presented on 10 June 2021

The budget for 2021-2022 (presented 10 June 2021) includes corporate, individual (personal), and value added tax and other indirect tax proposals.

There are no proposed tax rate increases. Proposed changes with regard to corporate tax are mainly directed toward providing tax incentives and credits to companies engaging in specific activities or with regard to a specific expenditure.

Read a June 2021 report [PDF 3.1 MB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Mauritius 


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