Taxation in Antigua and Barbuda

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Government’s Chief of Staff Lionel Max Hurst believes that the government is within its right to implement the ten percent entertainment tax.

The Antigua Hotels & Tourist Association (AHTA) is making a call for fairness and equity in the granting of tax concessions.

The government has announced its intention to tax telecommunications companies after it ended two agreements entered into by the previous administration.

“Effective April 2016, personal income tax will be abolished in its entirety,” that’s how Prime Minister Gaston Browne announced the end of a measure that has been in place since April 2005.

The Antigua and Barbuda government has presented an EC$874.8 million tax free budget to Parliament announcing also a reduction in the rate of personal income tax and the payment of outstanding arrears to public servants.

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