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Essentially, value-added tax (VAT) is an indirect tax levied on the consumption of goods and services. It is commonly used in many countries, around the world. VAT is also known by other names such as Goods and Services Tax (GST) or Sales Tax. But, they all essentially function in the same manner.

RHJ Accountants have recently released insightful guidance on VAT, with a primary focus on the UAE.

VAT registration procedures in the UAE

It’s designed to be a straightforward online process, allowing individuals to handle their registration. However, we recommend consulting our team as rules vary based on your company setup. Simply email us for guidance on the applicable regulations.

Is RHJ Group able to help with UAE company formation?

Our team at RHJ is well-equipped to assist with company formation. It all begins with an initial meeting where we assess your needs and guide you through the next steps – the first question being whether you prefer the mainland or a freezone setup.

Additionally, remember to plan for your relocation, including the arrangements for your family. This is another area where we can provide support, aiding with family visa sponsorship applications.

To kick off the process and take advantage of the UAE’s favourable corporate tax rate, reach out directly to RHJ Accountants.

Opportunities available to freelancers

Do consider the opportunity to establish yourself as a freelancer in the UAE, offering visa and licensing choices to effectively structure the business. This setup caters specifically to individuals looking for flexibility in their work arrangements, without the need for a physical office space.

VAT advice in the UAE

Continuing with the main article, explore the VAT guidance provided on the RHJ Accountants website and delve into its historical context.

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