Taxation in Saudi Arabia

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The General Authority of Zakat and Tax (GAZT) has stepped up its value-added tax (VAT) inspections in the build-up to Ramadan with its accompanying rise in trade.

Increase in the kingdom’s spending on wages and social benefits during the first quarter exceeded what it accrued through higher taxes and lower subsidies.

Tax legislation that paves the way for a “diversified economy” has been issued by UAE President, Sheikh Khalifa. The Tax Procedures Law sets the foundations for the planned UAE tax system, regulating the administration and collection of taxes and defining the role of the Federal Tax Authority.

Saudi Arabia’s Shura Council officially approved the draft Value Added Tax (VAT) law on Wednesday, Saudi Gazette reported.

Human rights group calls on Riyadh to exempt Syrians and Yemenis from new tax levied on dependents of expatriates.

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