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UAE’s corporate tax explained: June 1 start, key elements and exemptions

Eligible businesses across the UAE are preparing for the federal corporate tax that will be introduced next week. The National takes a closer look at some of the key elements that businesses should consider.

How much is the tax rate?

The UAE introduced the federal corporate tax with a standard statutory rate of 9 per cent starting from the financial year beginning on or after June 1. It brought the income of companies exceeding Dh375,000 ($102,110) within the taxable bracket. Taxable profits below that level will be subject to a tax of zero per cent. In May, the Ministry of Finance confirmed that business owners in the country would be subject to corporate tax only if their turnover in a calendar year exceeds Dh1 million, ensuring that only business or business-related activity income is taxed.

Link: https://www.thenationalnews.com/business/economy/2023/05/26/what-you-need-to-know-about-the-uaes-corporate-tax/

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