Income tax on rent, worked example, in Fiji
January 12, 2016
|Non-resident couple´s joint monthly rental income1||US$1,500||US$6,000||US$12,000|
|Annual Rental Income||18,000||72,000||144,000|
|= Taxable Income||US$11,300||US$50,300||US$100,600|
|Income Tax Rates3|
|Up to FJD8,840||20%||1,126||1,126||1,126|
|FJD8,840 – FJD10,000||25%||185||185||185|
|FJD10,000 – FJD20,000||30%||1,490||1,911||1,911|
|Annual Income Tax Due||US$2,790||US$14,866||US$30,459|
|Tax Due as % of Gross Income||14.00%||14.00%||14.00%|
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1 The property is jointly owned by husband and wife. Exchange rate as of 05 October 2007: 1 USD= 1.57015 FJD.
2 Estimated costs. Allowable deductible expenses are land rent (if any), local authority rates, property insurance, repairs and maintenance.
2 Income tax rates for nonresidents.