Bahrain: Possible introduction of corporate income tax

Corporate income tax on commercial establishments and companies in Bahrain

Corporate income tax on commercial establishments and companies in Bahrain

It is being reported that Parliament’s Financial and Economic Affairs Committee (PFEAC) is considering a law that would impose a corporate income tax on commercial establishments and companies in Bahrain.

If approved by the PFEAC, the proposal would be put up for vote in the Parliament’s next session.
 

Read a September 2021 report [PDF 150 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Bahrain

 

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