Anguilla: Personal Taxation
This page was last updated on 13 Feb 2019.
Anguilla introduced a flat-rate ‘interim stabilization levy’ (i.e. tax) in 2011. It requires all employees to pay 3% of their monthly salary, with the same amount being matched by their employers (maximum salary of $12,000 Eastern Caribbean dollars (XC$) per month). Stabilization tax is due by the 10th day of the following month; it is withheld and remitted by the employer.
All individuals departing from Anguilla must pay a US$20 embarkation tax at the ferry or airport. An accommodation tax is also levied at the rate of 10% of gross rents.