Following the assent of the Tax Laws Amendment Bill 2020, new tax rates for Kenyan PAYE come into effect from April 2020. The rates are an update from the previous PAYE 2018 rates. The same has also been officially posted on KRA website.
These changes were introduced to offer tax relief to Kenyan citizens due to economic effects of the coronavirus commonly referred to as COVID19
Below are the new monthly tax bands:
|Monthly Bands of Taxable Income (KES)||Tax Rate|
|0 – 24,000||10%|
|On the next 16,666.67||15%|
|On the next 16,666.67||20%|
|Remaining amount over 57,333.33||25%|
|Personal Relief: KES 2,400.00 per month|
|Minimum Taxable Income: KES 24,001.00 per month|
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