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Taxation in Egypt

Income Tax

Income tax is deducted in accordance with the amount you earn, as listed below. All figures are in Egyptian Pounds:

  • 0% on income between 0 and 5,000

  • 10% on income between 5,001 and 20,000

  • 15% on income between 20,001 and 40,000

  • 20% on income of 40,001 and over

The taxation rate for resident companies is 20%.

There an agreement between the UK and Egypt called, fittingly, the UK/Egypt Double Taxation Agreement. It may affect your company's tax liabilities. It is recommended that you check your situation and eligibility with an accountant and Taxation Authority.

Corporate Tax

The corporate tax rate in Egypt is 20%.

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