Corporate - Taxes on corporate income

Last reviewed - 04 June 2024

Resident corporations are taxed on their worldwide income. Non-resident corporations may only be taxed on their Fiji-sourced income.

CIT is payable and assessed on the chargeable income of the business calculated by subtracting deductible expenses from all assessable income specified under the FITA.

CIT is payable on taxable income at the following rates:

Type of company CIT rate (%)
Non-resident shipping companies in respect of outgoing business from carriage of passengers, livestock, mail, merchandise, or goods embarked or loaded in Fiji 2
Non-resident company that establishes its regional or global headquarters in Fiji (subject to certain conditions) 17 (until 2022 tax year) / 25 (effective from 2023 tax year)
Company listed on the South Pacific Stock Exchange (SPSE)
  • 10 (available for 7 years after listing)
  • 15 (available for 7 years after listing [effective from 2023 tax year])
  • 25 (effective from 2023 tax year after 7 years of listing)
All other companies, including non-resident companies carrying on business in Fiji (e.g. branch profits) 20 (until 2022 tax year) / 25 (effective from 2023 tax year)