# 300k Salary After Tax in Mauritius 2022/23

This Mauritius salary after tax example is based on a \$300,000.00 annual salary for the 2021 tax year in Mauritius using the income tax rates published in the Mauritius tax tables. The 300k salary example provides a breakdown of the amounts earned and illustrates the typical amounts paid each month, week, day and hour. This is particularly useful if you need to set aside part of your income in Mauritius for overseas tax payments etc.

The table below provides an overview of your wage deductions that you will typically see on a 300k salary in Mauritius. You can find exact calculation which show how each of these salary deductions were calculated using income tax rates in Mauritius for 2021

Mauritius \$300,000.00 Income Tax Calculations for 2021
YearlyMonthly4 Weekly2 WeeklyWeeklyDailyHourly%1
Income300,000.0025,000.0023,076.9211,538.465,769.231,185.77164.84100.00%
Personal exemption305,000.0025,416.6723,461.5411,730.775,865.381,205.53167.58101.67%
Salary After Tax300,000.0025,000.0023,076.9211,538.465,769.231,185.77164.84100.00%

## How to calculate income tax in Mauritius on \$300,000.00

Income tax in Mauritius is calculated using income tax rates and thresholds, these are different for resident taxpayers and non-resident taxpayers. In this Salary Example we use the resident tax tables to produce the Mauritius salary example, you can calculate non-resident salary examples on the Mauritius Tax Calculator.

### Mauritius Taxable Income Calculation

In order to calculate the amount of income tax due on \$300,000.00, we first need to calculate the taxable income on \$300,000.00. We do this be calculating specific expenses and allowances, these tax deductible items are then subtracted from the total income (\$300,000.00) to produce the taxable income.

 \$300,000.00 Annual Income in 2021 \$305,000.00 Personal Exemption in 2021 \$0.00 Dependents Exemption in 2021 = \$ Your Taxable Income in 2021

### Mauritius Resident Income Tax Calculation

The table below illustrates how a taxable income of \$ is applied against the 2021 Income Tax Rates and Thresholds to produce the total income tax due.

 \$ - \$ 10% \$ = Total Income Tax Due \$