Starting A Business

As an investor or business owner, you will be required to register a legal entity in Fiji before you commence your business. Below is a step by step guide to take you through the process. 

Step-by-Step Guide: Registration

Register your Business Name


You are now ready to register your business with the Registrar of Companies. You will
need to prepare the ownership share and the type of business that you will be
engaged in.
Click HERE to register your business.




Register for Tax Identification Number (TIN)


Proceed to the Fiji Revenue and Customs Services (FRCS) to register for a Tax
Identification Number (TIN). FRCS is the agency responsible for collecting tax and duties on
behalf of the government. They also facilitate trade and travel activities through Fijian
borders.
Click HERE to register for Tax Identification Number (TIN).




Risk-Categorisation


All businesses will be classified as either Low Risk or High Risk. Low Risk businesses are allowed to start operations, and must comply with all relevant legal and regulatory requirements within 6 months of registration. Below are the steps for application for the post registration compliance. (Step-by-Step Guide: Post Registration Compliance) Businesses classified as High Risk, cannot start operating until all the relevant regulatory requirements are complied with. Click HERE to access the Business Risk Categorisation Table. This table highlights the risk categories and post registration compliance for each business type.





Step-by-Step Guide: Post Registration Compliance

Register your Business Name


You are now ready to register your business with the Registrar of Companies. You will
need to prepare the ownership share and the type of business that you will be
engaged in.
Click HERE to register your business.




Register for Tax Identification Number (TIN)


Proceed to the Fiji Revenue and Customs Services (FRCS) to register for a Tax
Identification Number (TIN). FRCS is the agency responsible for collecting tax and duties on
behalf of the government. They also facilitate trade and travel activities through Fijian
borders.
Click HERE to register for Tax Identification Number (TIN).




Risk-Categorisation


All businesses will be classified as either Low Risk or High Risk. Low Risk businesses are allowed to start operations, and must comply with all relevant legal and regulatory requirements within 6 months of registration. Below are the steps for application for the post registration compliance. (Step-by-Step Guide: Post Registration Compliance) Businesses classified as High Risk, cannot start operating until all the relevant regulatory requirements are complied with. Click HERE to access the Business Risk Categorisation Table. This table highlights the risk categories and post registration compliance for each business type.





 

For foreign companies, the Foreign Investment Registration Certificate is required, on top of the requirements above.

Step-by-Step Guide: Additional Requirement

Foreign Investment Registration Certificate


If you are not a Fijian citizen or your business is based outside Fiji, you will need to obtain a Foreign Investment Registration Certificate from Investment Fiji. They act as the liaison between Fijian Government agencies and private sectors, both regionally and internationally. Click HERE for more details.





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