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Tax Compliance in Suriname: A Closer Look at Preliminary Income Tax Returns

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If you're a taxable natural person or running a taxable entity, mark April 15th on your calendar. Why? Because that's your deadline to file a preliminary income tax return for the current tax year. If you have started your business in between the year, then you need to file the preliminary return within two and a half months after the start of the financial year. But don't worry, we are here to break it down for you.

New wage tax brackets per January 2024

new tax brackets
The State Decree (S.B 2024 no. 2) outlining the proposed Wage Tax amendments has been published, effective January 1, 2024. Key changes include an increase in the tax-free amount from SRD 7,500 to SRD 9,000 per month, a hike in tax deduction from SRD 100 to SRD 400, and adjustments in the wage tax brackets


tax changes 2024
As we approach the end of 2023, it’s time to prepare for what lies ahead of us. The year 2024 promises to be eventful as we anticipate significant changes in tax legislation and the digitalization of tax compliance requirements at the Tax Office in Suriname. In this Year-End Bulletin, we provide you with an outline of several announcements for entities and individuals, taking effect on January 1, 2024. We will also look at the key changes that may come into effect in 2024.

SURINAME: 3rd Amendment of the VAT Act 2022

VAT changes in Suriname
On Friday, September 1, 2023, several proposed amendments to the VAT Act 2022 were adopted at the meeting of the National Assembly. The recent amendments to the VAT Act 2022 have been published in S.B. 2023 No. 126 on September 6, 2023. This is the 3rd amendment of the VAT Act 2022 in a year. Some changes to the VAT Act will be effective as of September 6, while some will be effective as of October 1, and some as of November 1.