Anguilla: Personal Taxation
Anguilla introduced a flat-rate stabilization tax in 2011, requiring all employees to pay 3 percent of their monthly salary, with the some amount also being matched by their employers (maximum salary of $12,000 Eastern Caribbean dollars (XCD) per month). Stabilization tax is due by the 10th day of the following month, and is withheld and remitted by the employer.
All individuals departing from Anguilla must pay a USD20 embarkation tax at the ferry or airport. An accommodation tax is also levied, with the rate being 10 percent of gross rents.