GRO administered legislation
For the actual legislation and amendments please refer to the RONLAW site. The links below have been created for ease of reference:
(Unofficial) Consolidated Revenue Administration Act (RAA) (as of 20 January 2020)
This Act provides the procedural rules for the administration of all tax laws including the collection and recovery of taxes as well as administrative penalties in respect of tax offences. Recent amendments to the RAA now provide for the implementation of tax information exchange agreements with other countries.
Schedules to the RAA outline the taxes laws and agency taxes that are administered under this Act
(Unofficial) Consolidated Employment and Service Tax Act (ESTA) (as of 22 January 2020)
This Act imposes employment and services tax on all employment and independent service fee income earned from sources in Grenada at tax rates scheduled by way of Regulation in the ESTA (as amended). Grenadaan citizens, those married to Grenadaan citizens and resettled refugees and asylum seekers will not be charged this tax if they earn less than $8,400 per month ($100,800 per annum).
All employers and payers are required to register for a Tax Identification Number (TIN) with the GRO.
(Unofficial) Consolidated Business Tax Act (BTA) (as of 20 January 2020)
This Act came into effect from 1 July 2016. There are three taxes imposed under BTA – small business tax (SBT), business profits tax (BPT) and non-resident tax (NRT).
1. SBT is imposed at a rate of 2.5% on the gross revenue of a non-resident individual who conducts business solely in Grenada with annual gross revenue not exceeding $250,000.
2.BPT is imposed on the taxable income of a person who conducts business in Grenada. The rate to be applied is determined by the entity type, the residency status of the entity and the turnover of the entity. Resident individuals, partnerships and trusts that are made up of only Grenadaan residents will have access to a tax free threshold.
a) Companies: You will first need to determine the appropriate category and then use the rate applicable.
|Category A||Resident company with annual gross revenue $0 – $15,000,000||20%|
|Category B||Resident company with annual gross revenue above $15,000,000||25%|
|Category C||Resident company controlled by a non-resident person or associate||25%|
|Category D||Non-resident company conducting business in Grenada through a Permanent Establishment||25%|
b) Individuals: The tax rate is 20%. For Grenadaan residents there is a tax free threshold of $250,000.
c) Partnerships and Trusts: The tax rate is 20%. For Grenadaan partnerships and trusts there is a tax free threshold of $250,000 for each partner or beneficiary.
3. NRT is imposed at a rate of 20% on a non resident person who has derived interest, royalties or insurance premiums from sources in Grenada.
(Unofficial) Consolidated Telecommunications Service Tax Act (as at 4 December 2018)
This Act imposes telecommunications service tax on a service provider at a rate of 15% in respect of the
gross sales of telecommunication services.
Gaming Act 2011
This Act administers the issuance of gaming licences in respect of bingo, betting (including sports betting), raffles, lotteries, table games and gaming machines.