UAE Corporate Tax (UAE CT )

On 31st January, 2022, the Ministry of Finance made a breakthrough announcement of introducing a Federal Corporate Tax in the UAE effective for financial years

Value Added Tax (VAT) UAE

UAE imposes VAT on registered businesses at a standard rate of 5% on a taxable supply of goods or services at each stage of the supply chain. VAT is levied on the consumption/use of goods and services and the end-consumer is the ultimate bearer of the cost of tax

Economic Substance Regulation (ESR)

The United Arab Emirates has in coordination with the Ministry of Finance implemented Economic Substance legislation in order to comply with its commitment as a member of the OECD

AML/CFT Compliance Services

UAE’s strong commitment to adopt the finest international business practices has no limits. In April, 2020 the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) issued a Mutual Evaluation Report (MER) on the UAE’s compliance level with the FATF 40 recommendations and the level of

Ultimate Beneficial Ownership (UBO)

Reference to the Cabinet decision No. (58 of 2020) regulating the Beneficial Owner procedures, UAE federal regulation requires institutions to capture and identify the details of the ultimate individual beneficial Owner (s) (UBOs) and submit the same to the licensing

ICV Certification

ADNOC announced an ICV program executed from 1st April 2018 which requires that all suppliers of goods or services to obtain ICV certification from the ADNOC ICV Certification Agency and calculate and declare their certified ICV score for the previous financial year,

Excise Tax

Excise Tax is a form of indirect tax levied on specific goods that are harmful to human health or the environment with and objective to reduce consumption of these harmful products

TAX Residency Certificate

We have been in the industry for over a decade now. Dealing with clients from multiple business and background has given us an extensive experience in accounting, auditing and taxation around the world.

Country by Country Reporting

Country by Country (CbC) Reporting is part of Action 13 of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) initiative led by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the Group of Twenty (G20) industrialized nations.