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Taxation of Rental Income in Kenya - Tax payer responsibilities

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Tax payer responsibilities

 

  1. Declare the total residential rental income
  2. Keep proper books of accounts
  3. Notify the commissioner when the gross rent is expected to change as per the Ksh  limit
  4. Pay RRIT by the due date i.e by 20th of the month immediately following the month which the rent was received
  5. Note that no expenses or capital allowances is deducted when computing the residential income tax

 

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