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Due to Antigua and Barbuda’s natural beauty, tourism dominates the economy. Agricultural production is focused on the domestic market and there is a presence of an export manufacturing industry. The country has managed to reduce its public debt-to-GDP ratio by adopting a fiscal reform program. It has also opened up to the offshore financial and business sector, and has the advantage of being in the same time zone as New York and Toronto.
Antigua and Barbuda taxes its resident corporations on a worldwide basis at a 25% rate. However, capital gain is excluded from the taxable income. Individual residents in Antigua and Barbuda are taxable at a progressive rate (maximum 25%) on their worldwide income. Capital gain is exempt from taxes as well as foreign interests on savings and foreign dividends.
AURAY Capital’s partnership, via Grant Thornton Antigua, can provide assurance, taxation and advisory services in St. John’s, Antigua.
As an upscale tourist destination, Antigua and Barbuda enjoys the highest per-capita income in the Eastern Caribbean. The island’s 365 beaches invite visitors and residents to enjoy one of the most beautiful tropical settings in the world.