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Taxation in Iceland

Personal Income Tax

Residents in Iceland are liable to income tax at the rate of between 24 and 33%. Personal income tax is withheld at source and paid as you earn. It is divided into national income tax and municipal income tax.

Resident individuals are taxed on their worldwide income. Non-resident individuals become tax residents if they stay in the country for more than 183 days out of a 12-month period.

Corporation Tax

  • Corporations: 18% or 32.7%

  • Partnerships: 23.5%


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