We are pleased to share the latest edition of our tax magazine, Lexis® Middle East Gulf Tax, the first of its kind in the GCC! It is a complimentary magazine that provides updates on the GCC’s recent key tax and financial developments. In this edition:
The UAE has taken significant steps to develop a regulatory framework for cryptocurrency and virtual assets. Milos Krstic of Rain and Thomas Vanhee of Aurifer Middle East Tax look at how the UAE tax regime in this area may operate.
Mohamed ElBaghdady of Habib Al Mulla & Partners – a member firm of Baker & McKenzie International, Anas Salhieh of MMJS Consulting and George Campbell of Keypoint explain the different approaches tax authorities are taking in Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain to tackle tax evasion.
Practical Focus on Customs Duty and e-Commerce in the UAE and Saudi Arabia
Practical points in an article based on a Practice Note by Dr Atia Hussain of the University of Sharjah.
Halil Erdem of Careem talks about the need for GCC harmonisation in various areas of tax, one being e-invoicing. Sanjeev Fernandez of EY MENA talks about e-invoicing developments in Saudi Arabia and the region.
What do I do if VAT rates change?
As Saudi Arabia and Bahrain have increased VAT rates, and further changes could be coming in Saudi, what steps should taxpayers take to mitigate the impact of such changes? Gaurav Kapoor and Kanval Ashar of PwC Oman answer these questions and more!
Special thanks to Alchemy Search for supporting tax professionals by connecting businesses with talent across the GCC and beyond!
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