Beaufort Associates Blog
VAT Certificate is an official document that proves that you are properly registered for VAT. It is issued by tax authorities in the UAE to document details of a tax registered business. You receive it once your VAT registration is completed successfully. Read the article to learn more about this important document and how you can get it.
Value Added Tax (VAT) is a general consumption tax introduced in the UAE on 1 January 2018 with a rate of 5%, and it applies to the majority of transactions in goods and services. Are you looking for advice on how to pay VAT in UAE? In this article, you’ll find all the necessary information on how to do it right.
VAT applies to the majority of transactions in goods and services with an exemption for limited transactions. It also applies equally to tax-registered businesses managed on the UAE mainland and in the free zones. Read the article to learn more about VAT in Dubai and UAE.
A tax agent in UAE is a person registered with the tax authorities who represents their clients in front of the tax authorities when they authorize a tax agent to do so. Read the article to find out if you need tax agent services for your business.
The reverse charge mechanism under VAT is used for transactions from across the border. This provision frees the business from physically paying VAT at the point of import.