Threshold raised for tax-free earnings

THE Samoan Government has raised the threshold for tax free earnings. Workers making up to $US5900 ($F12,050) or 15,000 tala ($F12,221.78) will not be pay tax under reforms announced late last year by Revenue Minister Tialavea Tionisio Hunt. The reforms include controversial measures to tax church ministers. Workers earning between 15,000 and 25,000 tala ($F20,369.63) […]

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