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Taxation in Oman
 
 
 

General

As of 1 January 2010, a flat tax rate of 12% applies to all businesses in Oman, including branches and permanent establishments (PEs) of foreign companies. Branches and PEs were previously subject to progressive tax rates between 5% to 30%.

Income from the sale of petroleum remains subject to a special provisional rate of 55%.

Corporate Taxation

Residence & Basis

Residence is not defined in Oman for corporate tax purposes. Resident companies are subject to tax on worldwide income with a foreign tax credit granted for certain taxes paid overseas. The source basis for taxation is abolished. The permanent establishment rules are extended to include the provision of consultancy and other services in Oman for 90 days or more in the aggregate within a 12 month period and also now include dependent agents.

Taxable Income

Taxable income is the gross income for the tax year after deducting the expenses or allowing any deductions or set off or any exemption under the tax law or any other law in the Sultanate of Oman.

Taxation of Dividends

Dividends received by a company from another company are not taxable.

Capital Gains

Capital gains derived from the sale of fixed assets and acquired intangible assets are taxed at the same rates as ordinary income. There is no special tax treatment of profits derived from the sale of fixed assets and acquired intangible assets.

Losses

Losses may be carried forward and set off against taxable income for 5 years; losses may not be carried back. A tax loss incurred during a tax exemption period generally may be carried forward indefinitely.


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