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Labor Laws in Anguilla

  • Annual Leave: Minimum 12 days
  • Maternity Leave: 14 weeks
  • Public Holidays: 14
  • Workweek: 40 hours per week.

Income Tax in Anguilla

Anguilla is a zero-tax jurisdiction. There is no income, capital gains, estate, or other forms of direct taxation on individuals, regardless of residence status.

Value Added Tax (VAT) in Anguilla

The standard VAT rate is 13%.

Social Security in Anguilla

The employer and the employee contribute 5% of an employee’s earnings, up to XCD 7000 per month.

Work Visas Anguilla

Here is a selection of criteria required for work visas in Anguilla, download our guide for an extensive breakdown.

There are four types of work permits:

  • Self-employed
  • Employee
  • Renewal
  • Temporary

Work Permits should not be granted for a continuous period of more than four years except in cases where the skills of the person are considered to be critical to the development of Anguilla.

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