Personal Tax in Syria
- Tax Base For Residents and Non-Residents
- Both resident and non-resident individuals are further subject to tax on their Syrian-source salary and wages.
|Individual income tax||Progressive tax rate from 0% to 22%|
|From SYP 0 to 6,110||0%|
|From SYP 6,110 to 144,000||5%|
|From SYP 144,001 to 192,000||7%|
|From SYP 190,001 to 240,000||9%|
|From SYP 240,001 to 288,000||11%|
|From SYP 288,001 to 360,000||12%|
|From SYP 360,001 to 600,000||16%|
|From SYP 600,001 to 900,000||19%|
|More than SYP 900,001||22%|
- Allowable Deductions and Tax Credit
- Syria has established the decree 33/2009 in May 2009 in order to limit the income tax rate to a maximum of 22%.
- Special Expatriate Tax Regime
- Non-residents are subject to the same tax regime as residents. There are bilateral non-double taxation agreements between Syria and different countries.
- Capital Tax Rate
- There are no capital gains, capital duty or capital acquisition tax in Syria. Tax on real Estate is from 14 to 60% depending of the price of the asset.
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