Kenyans in the Diaspora / Expatriates Working in Kenya
TaxInABox is a bespoke service curated to cater to the unique queries that expatriates and Kenyans in the diaspora have regarding to their tax position. This is because becoming an expatriate or a Kenyan living in the diaspora means that you have to determine;
Tax residence based on number of days spent in the foreign country,
Tax status of employment, consultancy and business income,
The availability of foreign tax credits to Kenyan citizens,
Impact of double tax agreements between Kenya and foreign countries,
Tax registration, tax calculation and tax filing obligations.
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TaxInABox is a $45 service, for a 30 – 45 minute call to discuss the issues above, via telephone or Skype.
For Kenya, charging Digital Service Tax, to non-resident persons without a permanent establishment in Kenya (office or staff), is a priority. "Also why your Netflix bill has 16% VAT" #FileWithUshurupic.twitter.com/O1QAxLGBTd
Mr Kinyua was employed at the KRA as a grad trainee.He was promoted to a supervisor,he resigned in March this yr.His net salary btwn 2012 & 2021 was Sh11.6 mn,according to EACC.But in 7yrs,he acquired 19parcels of land in Ruiru,Kiambu County,Laikipia & Nbi. #Tax -Business Daily pic.twitter.com/cbx3sLBErV
KRA will be forced to refund businesses millions of shillings that it has collected through the minimum tax.The taxman says the High Court judgment declaring sec. 12D of the Income Tax Act unconstitutional means that KRA must refund the already collected revenues.-Business Daily pic.twitter.com/peJ7qvW9dS
It's us again [eye roll]. We're looking for 1 freelance blog writer to write short tax articles for our blog on topical tax issues in Kenya [and sometimes the world]. Email email@example.com with your profile and rate card. #FileWithUshurupic.twitter.com/fTCCz59FcE