What are the tax benefits Mauritius offers?

Mauritius has become a key location for many international investors. As a resident of Mauritius, through property investment or opening a business in Mauritius; investors are able to benefit from the attractive tax system it offers.

What are some of the tax benefits Mauritius offers?

  • No tax on capital gains
  • No estate inheritance taxes
  • No wealth taxes
  • Income taxes in Mauritius are set at 15% (income of companies and individuals combined). Income tax can vary from 15% to 50% in some countries. 
  • Mauritius has a double taxation treaty with 34 countries. 

Are you still wondering whether to invest in Mauritius?

Austen Morris Associates offers our clients around the world a broad product and services offering in the most competitive of global jurisdictions. Austen Morris Associates International Limited, based in Mauritius, was awarded an Unrestricted Investment Advisor License in September 2020, giving our clients access to broad and bespoke investment management capabilities. Then in August 2021, our founding senior partner, Greg Morris finalised the acquisition of a Mauritian-based financial advisory firm – Personal Capital Management (PCM) – to expand our footprint and gain an immediate and material presence on the island.

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