Tax Compliance Review
Ensure that the company's tax practices
Legislation is ever changing, which means it is important to keep your tax practices in check by conducting compliance reviews every now and then. It is especially important to investigate whether a business is legally operating when there is a potential growth, acquisition or any other management decision has to be taken. Our professionals are well trained to conduct thorough reviews to make sure that your company is paying the correct, but minimal amount of tax.
The VAT non-Compliance penalties are listed below for consideration:
Violations That's Causing Penalties
- The failure of the person conducting Business to keep the required records and other information specified in Tax Procedures Law and the Tax Law
|AED 10,000 for the first time.|
AED 50,000 in case of repetition.
- The failure of the person conducting Business to submit the data, records and documents related to Tax in Arabic to the Authority when requested.
- The failure of the Registrant to inform the Authority of any circumstance that requires the amendment of the information pertaining to his tax record kept by Authority.
|AED 5,000 for the first time.|
AED 15,000 in case of Repetition
- The failure of the person appointed as a Legal Representative for the Taxable Person to inform the Authority of his appointment within the specified timeframe. The penalties will be due from the Legal Representative’s own funds.
- The failure of the person appointed as a Legal Representative for the Taxable Person to file a Tax Return within the specified timeframe. The penalties will be due from the Legal Representative’s own funds.
|AED 1,000 for the first time.|
AED 2,000 in case of repetition within (24) months.
- The failure of the Person conducting Business to facilitate the work of the Tax Auditor in violation of the provisions of Article (21) of the Tax Procedures Law.
- The failure of the Registrant to calculate Tax on behalf of another Person when the registered Taxable Person is obligated to do so under the Tax Law.
The Registrant shall be obligated to pay a late payment penalty consisting of: