Up To AED 20,000 Penalties For Breaking New UAE Tax Laws

Mayar Ibrahim

As of June 2023, the UAE introduced a new tax regime for businesses and as of January 1, 2024 companies must maintain accurate accounting records and file tax returns year on year.

Fines of up to AED20k are applicable to those who avoid the new regulations and the following information will help you learn how to become tax-compliant in the UAE.

Grab your pen and paper ’cause here are all the steps it takes for a business to become tax compliant in the UAE

  1. Register for corporate tax
  2. Keep proper accounting records
  3. File tax returns

It is important to note that these steps are applicable to all businesses, even those who don’t have to pay tax or don’t make any revenue. 

For all the information, click here.

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