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Turks and Caicos Islands tax system - taxation of Turks and Caicos companies and individuals: VAT, income tax and capital gains. Tax treaties of the Turks and Caicos Islands.

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Taxes of Turks and Caicos

Сorporate tax
Capital gains tax
0% (dividend), 0% (interest), 0% (royalty)
Withholding tax
Exchange control

Basic taxes (briefly)

Personal tax
Corporate tax (in detail)
Capital gains tax. Details
VAT. Details
Other taxes
Hospitality and Tourism Tax, Telecommunications Tax, Financial Services Tax, Insurance Premium Tax, Social Contributions
Government fee
Stamp duty

Personal Income Tax


Corporate Income Tax


CFC Rules


Withholding Tax




Hotel & Tourism Accommodation Tax

Tourist accommodation, restaurants and tourism-related services are taxed at the rate of 12%.

Telecommunications Tax

The provision of telecommunication services is taxed at the rate of 12%.

Financial Services Tax

In relation to the services of transferring money abroad, tax is levied at the rate of 12% on the commissions and other service fees.

Insurance Premium Tax

Tax on insurance premiums (other than life and health insurance) is levied at the rate of 2.5%.

Social Security Contributions

Social security contributions are paid on employment remuneration at the rate of 4.6% by employers and at the rate of 3.4% by employees.

Mandatory health insurance contributions are 3% for employers and 3% for employees.

The contribution is charged on earnings of up to USD 7,800 per month.

Stamp Duty

Stamp duty is payable on real estate transactions at various rates, generally ranging from 5% to 10%, depending on the location and value of the property.

International tax treaties

Turks and Caicos has entered into 16 Tax Information Exchange Agreements (TIEAs) with the following jurisdictions:

16 TIEAs: Australia, Canada, Denmark, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Germany, Greenland, Iceland, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, United Kingdom.

Exchange Control

Foreign exchange transactions can generally be made without restrictions.

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