Tax Lawyers in Dubai & Other Emirates (UAE)
Tax Law Services in Dubai & Other Emirates (UAE) | AAB Law Firm
The UAE will soon be implementing a value added tax. Our team of lawyers, attorneys, legal consultants, & advocates is ready to provide individuals, families, & SMEs the assistance they need for this sudden change. AAB will provide advisory services, consultation, and compliance training through tax law lawyers to ensure you do not face punitive measures from the government.
Our team excels in understanding laws in the UAE and has multinational roots, allowing us to cooperate with all ethnicities living in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Ajman, Fujairah, RAK, & Umm al Quwain.
We specialize in but are not limited to the following Tax Services in Dubai & Other Emirates (UAE):
- Advising & Consultation: We will prepare SMEs and family businesses for business adjustments necessary with the soon-to-be introduced VAT laws in the UAE.
- Compliance: We will offer compliance training to ensure you and/or your business can minimize its VAT costs and avoid breaking any laws.
- Representation: If you are to be pressed for charges regarding VAT laws, we will represent and defend you.
AAB specializes in both advisory & compliance regarding VAT through tax law lawyers in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Ajman, Fujairah, RAK, & Umm al Quwain.
Our lawyers are well-versed and have in-depth experience with cases on Dubai and other emirates’ laws. We have successfully represented clients across the United Arab Emirates. Our team is ready to bring you convenience and relief as we bring experienced and professional handling to your case.
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Tax Law in Dubai & Other Emirates (UAE)
It covers the rules, policies, and laws that oversee the tax process, which involves charges on estates, transactions, property, income, licenses and more by the government. Taxation also includes duties on imports from foreign countries and all compulsory levies imposed by the government upon individuals for benefit of the state.
UAE does not have any enforced federal income tax legislation for general business. An income tax decree has been enacted by each Emirate, but in practice, the enforcement of these decrees is restricted to foreign banks and to oil companies. However, starting January 1, 2018 VAT(Value Added Tax), will be introduced at a rate of 5 per cent and excise taxes, which will be brought in, in the fourth quarter of 2017. The UAE introducing VAT (albeit in a very small increment) is a turning point in the country's glory years of completely tax-free living.