# How To Calculate Vat In Zimbabwe

By | January 2, 2023

### How To Calculate Vat In Zimbabwe

A Value-Added Tax (VAT) is a consumption tax assessed on the value added in each production stage of a good or service. Every business along the value chain receives a tax credit for the VAT already paid. The end consumer does not, making it a tax on final consumption.

### Below are How To Calculate Vat In Zimbabwe

VAT computation in Zimbabwe: The standard rate of VAT in Zambia increased from 14% to 14.5% from 1 April 2018. There is a limited range of goods and services which are subject to VAT at the zero rate or are exempt from VAT.
The VAT rate in Zimbabwe 2022 is 14.5% at which VAT is levied and the standard rate of 14.5% on the supply of goods and services by registered vendors. A vendor making taxable supplies of more than R1 million per annum must register for VAT.

### VAT inclusive and VAT exclusive formula

The VAT tariff is added to the product price exclusive of VAT. The price exclusive of VAT can be converted into the price inclusive of VAT by applying the following formula. Calculation rule: (Amount exclusive of VAT) * (100 + VAT percentage as a number) / 100 = Amount inclusive of VAT.

### What is the current VAT in Zimbabwe?

The local name for VAT in Zimbabwe is Value-added tax (VAT). There is basically 1 VAT rate in Zimbabwe: Standard VAT rate is 14.5%

### How is VAT calculated in Zimbabwe?

If you want to add VAT to the price, you just need to divide the price by 100 and then multiply by (100 + VAT rate).

### How to calculate VAT in Zimbabwe?

1. Enter price of goods excluding VAT, then multiply the cost of goods by 14.5% VAT Rate
2. Devide the number by 100 to get the cost of goods inclusive VAT in Zimbabwe

3, The result of your calculation is your VAT price, including VAT. For example: R175 / 15 x 100 = R 203,00. This means the VAT amount at 14.5% Rate is R 28,00.

### What is the 2% tax in Zimbabwe?

Under the IMMT, a two cents per Dollar tax is added to transactions between \$10 and \$500,000 in order to hike revenues and lower government borrowing, specifically via the issuance of Treasury Bills and a Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) overdraft facility.