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  • 04 Feb 2019Saudi Arabia

    Withholding tax is one of the imperative tax compliance requirements for the majority of businesses in the KSA. According to article 68 of the KSA Income tax law, any resident that receives services from a non-resident services provider is required to deduct, pay and file return(s) for withholding tax. Failure to deduct the withholding tax will cause your business to bear the tax on behalf of the foreign service provider.

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  • 04 Feb 2019Bahrain

    The NBR has issued a list of 94 VAT zero-rated basic food items in Bahrain. This list contains basic food items such as meat, fish, sugar, dairy, water and so on. However, this list does not include certain variants of these items such as flavored water or frozen meat which will remain taxed at the standard rate.

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  • 04 Feb 2019Saudi Arabia

    As per this guideline no VAT will be charged on expenses paid by the supplier to a third party in the name and on behalf of the customer which will be recharged to the customer subject to certain criteria (disbursements).

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  • 04 Feb 2019Saudi Arabia

    This draft expands the scope of the previous (2017) regulations to cover, for example, permanent establishments of non-resident Saudi persons where the headquarter criteria applies and it covers liabilities for businesses not following the Hijri calendar according to a pro-rata method.

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  • 04 Feb 2019United Arab Emirates

    In short, the public clarification about donations, grants and sponsorships clarifies that where any benefit is received in return for the payments, VAT implications will arise. However, where no benefit is received, the payments will be treated as outside the scope of VAT as they will not be seen as consideration for a supply.

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  • 03 Feb 2019Saudi Arabia

    On 24/05/1433 AH (corresponding to 24/05/2012G), a new set of arbitration rules was issued in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by Saudi Arabia Royal Decree No M34/1433 (new Arbitration Law).  Saudi Arabia Royal Decree No M34/1433 replaced the arbitration law issued by Saudi Arabia Royal Decree No M46/1403, dated 12/07/1403AH. Saudi Arabia Royal Decree No M34/1433 was published in Umm Al Qurra, the official Saudi Gazette, on 8 June 2012, and became effective 30 days after its publication date.  The Council of Ministers issued the implementing regulations for the new Law in 2017, Saudi Arabia Cabinet Decision No 541/1438.

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