Marshall Islands: Personal Taxation
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There is no wage and salary tax liability for non-resident domestic companies or their employees in the Marshall Islands.
With respect to resident companies' employees, businesses are required to withhold a tax imposed on the employee's wages and salaries and pay to the national government.
The wage and salary tax, as previously mentioned, is 8% per annum on the first US$10,400 of taxable income earned by the employee, and 12% thereafter.
Employees whose gross annual wages and salaries are US$5,200 or less are allowed an exemption of US$1,040 per year (or US$20 per week). The tax is payable every four weeks.