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Scope of UAE Corporate Tax: What You Need to Know

The upcoming UAE Corporate Tax (CT) will impact a broad spectrum of businesses and individuals. Here’s a concise overview to help you navigate these changes:

All Businesses and Individuals with a Commercial Licence:

Whether you are a small enterprise or a large corporation, if you operate under a commercial licence in the UAE, CT will apply to you.

Free Zone Businesses:

The UAE CT regime will continue to honour the existing tax incentives for free zone businesses, provided they comply with all regulatory requirements and refrain from conducting business on the UAE mainland.* Subject to certain conditions.

Foreign Entities and Individuals:

CT will affect foreign entities and individuals only if they engage in ongoing or regular business activities within the UAE.

Real Estate Sector:

Businesses involved in real estate management, construction, development, agency, and brokerage activities will need to align with the CT framework.

As these changes roll out, staying informed and compliant will be crucial for all businesses operating in the UAE. Embrace these changes proactively to ensure smooth operations and continued success.

Corporate Tax Registration Services in UAE

ALYA Auditors has expert corporate tax consultants in Dubai to assist with Corporate Tax Registration in the EmaraTax. We guide you through the process of registering a business for corporate income tax purposes. We help you gather the required document for corporate tax registration and assist you submit them with 100% compliance.

Our FTA-approved Tax agents in UAE help you obtain a tax registration number from the Federal Tax Authority (FTA) and file UAE Corporate tax returns. ALYA Auditors Dubai provides guidance on the tax implications of different business activities, helps with the preparation and filing of annual tax returns, and can represent businesses before the Federal Tax Authority (FTA) in case of any audits or disputes.