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Taxation of LLCs in Montenegro

Taxation of LLCs in Montenegro

Updated on Thursday 23rd April 2020

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taxation-of-llcs-in-montenegro.jpgThe limited liability company (LLC) in Montenegro provides foreign entrepreneurs an entirely tax-free income from all sources outside of this state, together with limited liability, close location to EU countries and a currency which is in EUR. 
 
In this article, our lawyers in Montenegro present the taxation system set in place for LLCs in Montenegro.
 

Tax rates for LLCs in Montenegro

 
Foreign entrepreneurs who do not reside in Montenegro are entirely exempt from taxation on the income for their LLCs which are set up in this country. However, they are taxed on their income which derives from local sources.
 
The corporate tax rate on the profits for LLCs in this country is set at 9%. As mentioned above, this rate is only applicable to Montenegrin residents. Our attorneys in Montenegro can provide more information related to this subject.
 
However, citizens of other states and those of the U.S. have to declare their profits to their local tax authorities.
 
The tax on capital gains for foreign citizens in Montenegro is 9% as well. This tax, though, is applied only on the sale of LLC shares which implicates non-residents.
 
Even though an LLC in Montenegro owned by a foreign entrepreneur is entirely exempt from income taxes, it has to, though, register with the tax authority and receive a tax identification number.
 
Our Montenegro law firm can assist entrepreneurs who are interested in setting up an LLC in this jurisdiction.
 

LLC dividend tax in Montenegro

 
The shareholders and owners of LLCs in Montenegro can be private persons or legal entities.
 
If the shareholder or the owner of an LLC in this country is a private person, the base for the dividend tax is represented by the gross amount of the distributed dividend, on which a 9% tax rate is calculated. 
 
This LLC dividend tax rate in Montenegro is withheld and paid by the legal entity on behalf of the shareholder or the owner, according to the Article 50 of the Law on Personal Income Tax. Our Montenegro lawyers can provide more information related to this law.
 
Moreover, the company which is distributing the dividends has to acquit a sur-tax, which is 15% or 13%, depending on the municipality of the legal entity.
 
If you have more queries about the taxes which are imposed on LLCs in Montenegro, or for any type of legal advice in this country, please feel free to get in touch with our law firm in Montenegro. We can also offer details on the Montenegro VAT and can handle the VAT registration procedure for your company.