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Meta Deducts Withholding Tax from Performance Bonus

Meta Performance Bonus has been introduced to some Asian countries since the middle of March, and Performance Bonuses are subject to withholding tax.

What is Withholding Tax?

Withholding tax is a tax that is deducted from an employee’s salary, wages, or bonuses before they are paid out. This tax is taken directly by the employer and sent to the government on behalf of the employee. It is used to ensure that taxes are collected regularly throughout the year, rather than in one lump sum at the end of the tax period. Withholding tax can apply to various types of income, including salaries, wages, bonuses, and other forms of compensation.

When Meta pays these bonuses, they deduct the withholding tax from the final amount. Meta has not clearly announced the exact percentage or details of this tax.

Withholding Tax Details for Meta Performance Bonus

Based on our experience, withholding tax is deducted from the bonus amount generated in the US region, not from the total of all bonuses for creators outside the US.

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