Expatriates upset in Cayman Islands on proposed tax of foreign workers

Posted on August 2, 2012 • Filed under: Cayman Islands, Politics

Proposal to levy a 10 per cent tax on expat workers has sparked anger in the Cayman Islands. Controversy has broken out in the Cayman Islands over a proposal to tax foreign workers. The plan, which was announced by the Cayman political leader William McKeeva Bush last week, will see expats on work permits who earn over US$24,000 (£15,300) charged a “community enhancement fee”. Read Article

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