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Angola is the seventh largest country in Africa. Owing to its size and population, it has a pretty well defined tax system governing the residents of the country. For taxation purposes, Angola has a definition for the individuals who qualify to be an Angolan resident. In Angola, the sole criterion for personal income tax to be levied is the source of income.
Visitors should keep in mind that for an employee of a foreign organization, rendering service in Angola for a period exceeding 90 days, a permanent establishment will be created in Angola. As a result of this, the foreign corporation will be subject to every kind of Angolan taxation. The main concerns for a foreign company that needs to satisfy various tax laws in the country are:
Let's learn more about taxation and rates, compensation applicable to various entities in Angola.
The tax year-end in Angola is 31 December. Employees are not required to submit any kind of tax return. An entity which pays income in the form of salary, fee or wage, has to deal with the tax administration.
The paying entity (the employer) should withhold the tax and later remit it to the tax administration. The personal income tax must be paid by the end of the month following the month when the personal income was paid.
Income Tax Rates: Employees are taxed using personal income tax slabs(PIT) at rates and thresholds decided by the government, with respect to their total remuneration. Taxable income is calculated by deducting the following from gross earnings: compulsory contributions to Social Security and remuneration components not subject to or exempt from PIT.
This rule is valid even for the top executives of an organization like the directors or the board members. This rule also holds for persons classified under the taxation Group B.
Tax rates applicable to self-employed professionals: Any organization which makes payments to an independent professional, including the members of the board or other statutory bodies or the directors should withhold the personal income tax at a flat rate of 15%. The taxable income amounts to 70% of the earnings when companies or individuals with organized accounting pay them. For other cases, income is calculated based on accounting, on the accounting records of the taxpayer, sales and services rendered, records available for the purchases or on the information available from the Tax Administration.
As a basic rule, every kind of benefit and compensation received by individuals for services rendered, come under the purview of taxable income and are charged under the same tax slabs for personal income tax. Compensations and the benefits include, but are not limited to, the following though:
Property Owners are entitled to pay property tax on the rents received by them at the rate of 25%. Other than this, there is also a property transfer tax, known as Real Estate Tax, which is applied on the exchange, sale and disposal of any kind of immovable tangible property.
From October 1, 2019, Angola has incorporated VAT in its tax structure. It has also revoked the Consumption Tax. Till 2020 end, VAT will be a transitional regime with the following implications:
As per the Angolan VAT system, there will be 14% VAT deductions along with a broad tax base.
Corporate entities are required to pay certain other taxes like custom duties, which are levied on imports at ad valorem rates, ranging from 2-70%. Excise duties have also been incorporated by the Angolan government from 1st October 2019 on all production, sales and imports. It covers products like tobacco and its derivatives, sugar and alcoholic beverages, plastic bags and straws, etc. Stamp Tax is also implemented on financing operations, insurance and reinsurance transactions, leasing and report.