Tax Advisory in Morocco

Foreign nationals are subject to pay expat tax in Morocco if they stay in the country for a period of more than 183 days per year. Tax rates are on a sliding scale and are based on the income bracket. Those earning under $2,795 are exempted from paying taxes. Meanwhile, foreign nationals who are not residents in Morocco are required to pay tax only on their Morocco-source income.

Different tax calendars apply to most countries in the world, and expats with mismatched relevant dates on their returns will be slapped with penalties and other complications. This scenario can be avoided with the help of UK-based taxation specialist, Andrew Baker, who has been providing professional tax assistance for expats around the world for 35 years, including in Morocco.

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Expats on permanent resident status in Morocco are taxed on their worldwide income. Individuals who stay in the country for at least 183 days in a year are considered permanent residents for tax purposes. Tax Advisory Expatriates gives advice on tax and related legal matters. This advisory firm also helps in tax planning.

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