Bahamas Forex License
Local legal entity
2.Proof of Residence
3.Certificate of Non-criminal Record
4.Proof of Non-bankrupt Record
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The Bahamas is a tax-neutral country, which means there is no income tax, corporate tax, or capital gains tax in the country. However, there are some taxes that companies and individuals must pay, such as:
1. Value-added tax (VAT): A 12% VAT is imposed on most goods and services, except for a few items that are exempted.
2. Real property tax: This tax is levied on real estate properties located in the Bahamas, including land, buildings, and improvements. The rate of this tax ranges from 0.25% to 2% depending on the type of property and its location.
3. Business license tax: Businesses operating in the Bahamas are required to pay a business license tax that ranges from $100 to $10,000 depending on the size and nature of the business.
4. Customs duties: Customs duties are imposed on imported goods and vary depending on the type of goods and their value.
For individuals, there are no personal income taxes in the Bahamas, but they are required to pay social security contributions at a rate of 3.9% of their income, up to a maximum of $26,820 per year.
The process for paying taxes in the Bahamas is relatively simple. Companies and individuals are required to register with the Bahamas Ministry of Finance to obtain a tax identification number (TIN) and file tax returns periodically. The filing frequency depends on the type of tax and the amount of revenue generated. For example, businesses with annual revenues exceeding $5 million are required to file VAT returns on a monthly basis, while those with lower revenues can file quarterly. Real property tax returns are filed annually.
The due dates for tax payments and filings in the Bahamas vary depending on the type of tax and the filing frequency. Businesses are generally required to file and pay VAT returns by the 21st day of the month following the end of the filing period, while real property tax returns are due on March 31st each year. It is important to note that failure to comply with tax regulations can result in penalties, fines, or legal action.